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New Jersey and New York Wage And Hour Law Attorneys

Wage and hour law issues can arise over a multitude of issues that include overtime, timeliness of checks, break times, lunch breaks, accrued vacation pay, work preparations and expenses.In some cases, issues may be more subtle, like if an employee cannot practically take lunch breaks due to workload demands. In either case, both employees and attorneys need to partner with the strongest legal team in order to assert and defend their workplace rights in these cases. Employers today face class action law suits dealing with violations of the wage and hour laws.

Overtime Disputes Lawyers

With decades of employment and labor law experience, our firm is able to defend employees and management in cases, including:

  • Advising clients on overtime, exemptions from overtime requirements, labor laws and wage deduction issues
  • Assisting in Department of Labor wage and hour audits
  • Defense of wage claims filed with local labor commissions
  • Defense of lawsuits brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act and other related federal and state statutes

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We are prepared to do everything possible to safeguard the well-being of workers as well as help employers develop practices and policies that address these problems preventatively. We have reached significant success by fusing our comprehensive knowledge with our hands-on approach to client service. We are prepared to help you do the same. To schedule a free initial phone consultation to discuss a New Jersey labor or employment law issue with one of our wage and hour law lawyers, call 973-315-4499 or 973-615-6666 or email the firm.

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Budd Larner represent clients throughout New Jersey and New York.

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