Wage and Hour Claims Keep Employment Lawyers Busy

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Thomas Shirley on Why Employee Lawsuits Have Not Increased in Economic Downturn

Boston Business Journal

 | July 30, 2010

 | Thomas Shirley

Thomas Shirley was quoted in "Wage and hour claims keep employment lawyers busy" in the Boston Business Journal.  Tom explains one reason why, despite the high volume of lost jobs during the economic downturn, the number of employee lawsuits going to trial hasn’t increased: companies have decided settling suits is more cost-effective and practical than fighting for a win in the courtroom. 




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