Kaplan Quoted on Supreme Court Decision Defining "Changing Clothes" Under FLSA

27 January 2014 Law360 News

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Partner Daniel Kaplan was quoted in a Law360 article on January 27, 2014 titled “High Court Brings Clarity To 'Changing Clothes' Under FLSA.” The article discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's decision Monday defining “changing clothes” under the Fair Labor Standards Act and how it brings new clarity to a heavily litigated area that management-side lawyers say should give employers and unions renewed confidence that their collectively bargained deals will hold up. Kaplan was quoted saying, “This will give a kind of finality to what is 'clothes' for the purposes of 203(o), and it is always a good thing to have finality.”

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