Are Interns Actually Employees? DOL Adopts New Guidance for Assessing Whether Interns Qualify as Employees
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He has also defended class and collective actions under state and federal laws, including claims for overtime, minimum wage, meal and rest break penalties, Private Attorneys General Act penalties, and expense reimbursements.
David regularly advises clients on a variety of employment-related issues, including human resources policies and procedures, severance agreements, audits, non-competition agreements, and regulatory issues. His clients include leading companies in the technology, financial services and retail sectors.
During law school, David participated in the University of Virginia School of Law’s Employment Law Clinic. Prior to law school, David worked as a litigation paralegal for two law firms in Washington, D.C.