Shareholders James N. Boudreau and Robert M. Goldich at Greenberg Traurig, LLP will speak at the American Bar Association’s (ABA) 9th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference, Nov. 4-7, in Philadelphia.

PHILADELPHIA (PRWEB) November 04, 2015

Shareholders James N. Boudreau and Robert M. Goldich at Greenberg Traurig, LLP will speak at the American Bar Association’s (ABA) 9th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference, Nov. 4-7, in Philadelphia. In addition, Goldich is a member of the conference’s host committee and Greenberg Traurig is a sponsor of the event.

On Thursday, Nov. 5, at 3:45 p.m., Goldich will be speaking on the panel, “Compensable Time Under the FLSA in the Wake of Busk v. Integrity Staffing Solutions.” The panel will discuss the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling. Attendees will hear from those involved in the litigation regarding the Court’s decision, the impact on off-the-clock litigation under the FLSA, and the viability of state law causes of action post-Busk.

On Saturday, Nov. 7, at 9:30 a.m., Boudreau will be speaking on the panel, “Compensable Time in the Digital Age.” The panel discusses employees’ digital foot prints, what is compensable time, and the effect of all of the timestamps in the digital age.

According to the ABA website, this conference concentrates on the cutting-edge issues in the labor and employment area. The annual conference features prominent speakers, an agenda covering all aspects of the labor and employment practice, and ample networking opportunities.

Boudreau, shareholder and chair of the Labor & Employment Practice’s Class and Collective Action Group, represents management in class action and complex employment litigation and devotes the majority of his practice to managing teams of attorneys and paralegals in nationwide class and collective actions from receipt of the complaint through discovery, class certification, and trial. He also has significant first chair experience in restrictive covenant/trade secret litigation, having handled such matters in jurisdictions throughout the country.

Goldich has more than 35 years of experience as a labor and employment lawyer and litigator representing employers in all aspects of labor and employee relations, including general employment counseling, employment contract negotiation, collective bargaining negotiations, labor arbitration, and the representation of employers in administrative and courtroom litigation. Goldich has developed a national practice in the areas of ERISA and wage and hour class action litigation. He has represented the defendants in six different ERISA class actions, involving amounts in dispute in excess of 1 billion dollars.

Greenberg Traurig’s Global Labor and Employment Practice is a trial-oriented practice featuring a team with numerous trial wins that is frequently called upon to handle complex, bet-the-company, and large high-stake cases including class and collective actions. The team also designs strategies to assist clients with complex employment issues. Its focus is practical, proactive strategies designed to be readily implemented by today’s human resources professionals. Practice members are experienced professionals who help organizations analyze options, make informed decisions, and take effective action. Also, visit the Greenberg Traurig Labor & Employment Blog for insights and analysis of the latest labor and employment developments, including legislation, regulations, cases, policies, and trends.

About Greenberg Traurig, LLP

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Greenberg Traurig, LLP is an international, multi-practice law firm with approximately 1900 attorneys serving clients from 38 offices in the United States, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. The firm is No 1. on the 2015 Law360 Most Charitable Firms list, third largest in the U.S. on the 2015 Law360 400, Top 20 on the 2015 Am Law Global 100, and among the 2015 BTI Brand Elite. More information at: http://www.gtlaw.com/.

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