It is no secret that plaintiffs’ counsel frequently file boilerplate wage and hour law class action complaints, merely changing the names of the parties. This does not, however, mean that employers should use boilerplate approaches to defending against their lawsuits.

As attorney Mike Kun notes, there is no need to do it. But worse, it’s dangerous to do it because it ignores all of the unique issues that can help an employer defend wage and hour class action lawsuits.

Your business, workforce, work environment, policies and practices, and the way you interact with your employees are different from any other company.  A “cookie cutter” approach is not in your best interest.

That is why we customize our approach to your specific case, needs, and business objectives.

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