“It's important for people to understand that under the Fair Labor Standards Act, there is an anti retaliation provision built into the statute itself. Your employer is not allowed to retaliate against you under the law. And if they do, there are built- in protections for employees if they do raise this as an issue with your employer.”

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In this episode of ODOT, Jesse Young and Justin discuss Sommers Schwartz’s efforts to advocate for employees who have been treated unfairly in the workplace. They dive into the details of class action lawsuits, interrogatories, and dispositions, and provide insight into the intricacies of fighting for workers’ rights. The discussion is particularly focused on cases involving unpaid wages, a common issue faced by many employees.

This episode is the first of a two-part series and promises to be both engaging and informative for anyone interested in learning more about the legal protections available to workers under the Fair Labor Standards Act. By shedding light on the behind-the-scenes work of a law firm dedicated to fighting for employee rights, Jesse and Justin provide valuable information and insight for anyone who may be facing workplace violations.

“It’s important for people to understand that under the Fair Labor Standards Act, there is an anti-retaliation provision built into the statute itself. Your employer is not allowed to retaliate against you under the law. And if they do, there are built-in protections for employees if they do raise this as an issue with your employer.”

Tune in to this episode to gain a deeper understanding of the complexities of employee rights and legal protections.

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Jesse Young

Jesse Young represents clients in serious employment disputes, such as severance negotiations, discrimination, retaliation, whistleblowing activity, employment contracts, terminations, and compliance. In addition, he has appeared in hundreds of wage-and-hour lawsuits and hundreds more arbitrations arising under the Fair Labor Standards Act and similar state laws.

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