Cheryl Orr, Partner and Co-Chair of the Labor & Employment Group, moderated a panel at the American Conference Institute’s 26th National Forum on Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions, held January 28 & 29, 2016, at the Viceroy Miami in Miami, FL.

This two-day conference brought together senior in-house counsel and top law firm litigators, along with federal and state judges, to discuss the latest developments on wage & hour law, including the latest on DOL white collar exemption changes, the latest claims arising out of minimum and prevailing wage violations, ethical issues in wage & hour litigation and settlement and more.

Cheryl's panel, In-House Insights on New and Emerging Areas of Risk in the Wage & Hour Landscape; Responding to Enhanced Enforcement Initiatives; Compliance Strategies; Selecting and Retaining Law Firms; Internal Audit Assessment; Managing Complex Litigation; and More, covered a number of topics of interest to in-house counsel and their outside counsel counterparts.

Source: American Conference Institute’s 26th National Forum on Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions