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Employer Must Prove Good Faith in Travel-Time Pay Dispute (access required)

In this suit by plaintiffs, who travel to jobsites to erect scaffolding for defendant employer, the Norfolk U.S. District Court denies the employer’s motion for summary judgment on its claim that it acted in good faith in not paying for plaintiffs’ travel time to jobsites. The Fair Labor Standards Act envisions that liquidated damages in an ...

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