Tuesday, October 2, 2007, 3:06 PM

Wage Wars (Business Week)

The October 1 edition of Business Week has an article which shows the landscape facing employers: Plaintiffs' attorneys are well aware of the high cost of litigation, which is magnified by the assertion of a class and the expense of electronic discovery, exacerbated by the general lack of liability insurance coverage, and made even worse by the difficulty of litigating with your current workforce. Add all this together and it becomes apparent that once litigation has commenced, the employer is playing catch-up. So if you don't want to be the first kid on your block to have one of these, it's a good idea to check this blog regularly and learn the lessons of experience in this fast-paced world. And remember: It was Business Week, not this blog, which claimed that a wage-hour plaintiff law firm can be more profitable than a brothel or a casino....

Click here to read the article.


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