1. Consequences of Misclassification of Workers

    The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) lays out the federal regulations for the classification of employees. When a business misclassifies its workers — either intentionally or unintentionally — still fines can be imposed, and the business opens itself up to lawsuits from its employees. John B Gall…Read More

  2. Minimum Wage Law Explained

    John B. Gallagher, PA, is a Florida law firm that specializes in labor laws, especially as it pertains to the fair statutory minimum wage law. We believe everyone has a right to fair compensation for work performed no matter what industry he or she may be in. Hence, we specialize in the adult entert…Read More

  3. Exotic Dancers Are Entitled to Minimum Wages

    There have been many misconceptions and misappropriations amongst the exotic entertainment industry in terms of employment. Due to the nature of the industry, exotic dancers have long been taken advantage of by greedy employers looking to turn a huge profit. One common way employers, such as strip c…Read More

  4. The Difference Between Contract Workers and Employees

    Violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 are more common than people realize — if they realize it at all. For the most part, employers follow labor laws, compensating their employees fairly for the work performed. However, there are some unscrupulous employers who are looking to maximize…Read More