PRNewswire — Outten & Golden LLP — Raisner Roupinian LLP
Outten & Golden LLP and Raisner Roupinian LLP announced that Jack A. Raisner and René S. Roupinian have launched a new firm, Raisner Roupinian LLP, dedicated to representing employees who lose their jobs without proper notice in violation of the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act.
A new Trump administration regulation making it harder for workers to sue multiple employers for wage violations is already generating significant questions about how much sway it will have on federal courts.
The Labor Department said the rule will decrease the risk of court battles for some businesses, like franchisers and those who use contracted labor. The regulation narrows the circumstances in which two or more companies can be “joint employers” who share legal liability for paying employees minimum wages and overtime.
The Texas Roadhouse restaurant chain misclassified its assistant managers as exempt from overtime under Pennsylvania and federal law, despite sharing many duties with nonexempt hourly employees, according to a proposed class action filed Tuesday in a Pennsylvania federal court.
Former Texas Roadhouse employee Brittanee Tupitza says in her complaint that service managers, kitchen managers and other assistant managers at the chain's 464 company-owned restaurants were classified as exempt from receiving overtime pay, but their actual daily work was the same as nonexempt workers who could earn...
Outten & Golden LLP is pleased to announce the addition of seven associates to the law firm's growing practice that includes representation of employees, executives, and partners in litigation and transactional matters. Five of the lawyers will join the firm’s New York office, and the sixth joins the Washington, D.C., office, and the seventh joins the San Francisco office.
Outten & Golden LLP, a premier law firm focusing exclusively on representing employees, is pleased to announce that 28 attorneys across the firm's four offices in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., have been recognized in the 2019 editions of Super Lawyers and Rising Stars.
Thomson Reuters' Super Lawyers rating service honors lawyers representing more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The multi-phased selection process includes independent third-party research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations....
Outten & Golden LLP, a premier law firm representing employees and executives in labor and employment matters, is delighted to announce that seventeen women attorneys were named to the list of Super Lawyers and Rising Stars for 2019.
The U.S. Supreme Court will confront key questions for employers as it begins its new term. Cases on tap involve LGBT rights in the workplace, the contours of age discrimination and other civil rights laws, and immigration disputes involving as many as 800,000 undocumented workers.
The Justice Department will play a role in many of these cases, testing the majority conservative court on several social issues, as well as stances that pit workers’ rights versus business interests.
LGBT rights in the workplace will take center stage in oral arguments scheduled for the opening week of the Supreme...
Recently, PBS and its New York affiliate, WLIW, aired an episode of renowned journalist Sheelah Kolhatkar’s show “Playing by the Rules” that focused on Uber and featured interviews with our lawyers Jahan Sagafi, Iris Mattes, and Rachel Dempsey. That episode explores what went wrong at Uber, and how it found itself the subject of intense public scrutiny and criticism for allegations of discrimination and harassment. In the episode, our legal team discusses their work advocating on behalf of female software engineers and software engineers of color who stood up to unfair employment practices...