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Wednesday, August 04, 2004

Employment Law as a Microcosm of the Rest of the World - Class Action Style


If I had to guess (and actually it is at least an "educated guess" based on my regular review of employment law cases filed in Texas courts) one of the most common employment lawsuits filed in Texas so far this year would be a collective action under the Fair Labor Standards Act. And as so often is the case, what that means is that employment law, in Texas and elsewhere, is really just a mirror of what is happening in the rest of the world. So much so that an article in the Boston Business Journal, discussing among other things the stalled Class Action Fairness Act of 2003, quotes one lawyer referring to class actions as "an industry. It is simply a much more mature industry." That is using mature in the chronological as opposed to wisdom sense no doubt.


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