Shook, Hardy & Bacon Partner Bill Martucci serves as co-chair and presenter at the American Conference Institute’s 26th National Forum on Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions January 28-29 in Miami, Florida.
Martucci, leader of the firm’s National Employment Litigation & Policy Practice, shares the role of Forum Chair with Reginald Johnson, Division Vice President and Divisional Counsel, Family Dollar Stores.
In addition to helping plan the conference, Martucci also presents with a panel on “The Role of an Economic Expert in Measuring and Demonstrating Damages in Wage and Hour Class Actions.” In addition to Martucci, the presentation features insights from G. Edward Anderson, Ph.D., Welch Consulting, and Linda M. Doyle, McDermott Will & Emery LLP. Subjects covered include teaming counsel with experts to make confidential assessments and presenting damages at mediation when data is entirely lacking.
Martucci and his co-presenters also discuss calculating FLSA damages from weekly compensation and work data for “regular rate of pay,” “fluctuating work week employees” and “piece rates and overtime damages.”