Wage and Hour Compliance
Matthew T. Lockaby
Founder and Managing Partner, Lockaby PLLC
Wednesday, August 19, 2019 – 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
In this webinar, we will cover the following topics:
- The latest DOL and NLRB regulatory updates (new overtime rule, new “regular rate” calculations, and new joint-employer rules) that impact wage-and-hour issues for employers;
- Brief overview of FLSA overtime law (including exemptions)
- Discussion of pitfalls of misclassification of employees as independent contractors (and what facts/factors to consider when determining whether a worker is an employee or independent contractor);
- Actual calculation of overtime for the different ways employees are paid (hourly, commission, day rates, etc.)
Matthew T. Lockaby is the founder and managing partner of Lockaby PLLC. He represents employees, employers, and management in nearly every aspect of workplace or labor-and-employment law. For employees, including executives, officers, and upper-level management, Matt assists them with the review and negotiation employment contracts, restrictive covenants, and severance/separation agreements. For employers and management, Matt counsels and advises owners, business unit leaders, and HR professionals on the wide variety of personnel issues that arise during the employment lifespan; he conducts and oversees internal investigations; he defends against government agency investigations; and he defends against discrimination, retaliation, harassment, and wage-and-hour claims, including class-action and collective-action claims, in state and federal courts. Matt is one of the few attorneys in Kentucky who has successfully prosecuted and defended class- and collective-action claims. He received his B.A. from Centre College and his J.D., cum laude, from the Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, where he was the Executive Editor of the Northern Kentucky Law Review. Matt was voted by his peers as a Kentucky Super Lawyers “Rising Star” from 2013 to 2018 and is the past chair of the Kentucky Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Law Section.
**August’s Lunch & Learn has been submitted for one HRCI credit & one professional development credit through SHRM.*