Events & Webinars

Labor & Employment Group Participates in Seminar on Overtime Requirements and Exemptions in Texas

February 20, 2003

Attorneys from the firm's Labor & Employment Law Group conducted an all day seminar in Fort Worth on state and federal wage and hour laws, including a discussion of employee classifications, "white collar" exemptions, work hour and work week determinations, special compensation plans for non-exempt employees, government audits, and enforcement and litigation issues. This seminar was designed for payroll professionals, accountants, business owners and managers as well as human resource professionals. The seminar was held at the Ramada Plaza Hotel in Fort Worth.

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