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    Webinar: FLSA and the DOL's Overtime Regulations - Now What?

    Date: June 30, 2016, 1:00pm
    Amy Thieme
    Free For Members/ $35 for Non Members
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    FLSA and the DOL's Overtime Regulations - Now What? 
    How to Implement Approved Changes to the FLSA's White Collar Exemptions

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    There are over 40 different job classifications that provide some exemption from overtime rates. Are you taking advantage of the ones that apply? More importantly – are you doing it correctly? As if complying with the FLSA isn’t hard enough, the Department of Labor approved more changes, including raising the salary significantly in 2016. Are you ready to double some salaries? Come learn who is (and who is not) exempt from overtime and how the changes may impact how everyone does business.


    Austin E. Smith
    Austin is the Managing Shareholder of Ogletree Deakins’ Denver office, and he has devoted his career to advising and counseling employers on issues affecting their relationship with their employees. From questions about compliance with state and federal wage and hour laws and regulations to drafting effective policies to prevent discrimination, harassment, and violence in the workplace, as well as assisting employers in navigating complex drug testing-related concerns, Austin has extensive experience assisting employers to prevent potential liabilities down the road. He is also a frequent speaker on issues impacting the employment relationship and regularly conducts training for clients, economic groups, professional organizations, and continuing legal education seminars across the country.

    In addition to providing sound advice and counsel to clients, Austin devotes a significant percentage of his practice to defending employers against single-plaintiff, collective, and class.

    David L. Zwisler
    David is a trusted senior leader, legal advisor, and strategist with an 18-year history of navigating the complexities of compliance and developing practical solutions. Mr. Zwisler is a passionate employer advocate with a proven track record in defending against allegations and charges in multiple forums including alternative dispute resolution processes, grievance and arbitration, state and federal administrative investigations and hearings, and traditional litigation and appeals.

    This webinar is sponsored by Ogletree Deakins: