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Second Circuit: Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives Are Entitled To Overtime

  On June 6, the Second Circuit ruled that pharmaceutical sales representatives (“PRs”) were entitled to overtime under the FLSA because they did not meet the requirements of either the outside sales employees or administrative exemptions. Employers who treat outside salespersons as exempt under either exemption may want to reexamine their policies in light of the … Continue Reading

The End of Class Arbitration?

Many employers require that employees agree in writing to arbitrate any disputes that may arise in connection with their employment. The reason is simple: arbitrating employment disputes usually is less expensive and provides a quicker resolution than litigation. However, like litigation, arbitration can sometimes be unpredictable. This presents a problem because, unlike litigation, it is … Continue Reading