Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Claims in Louisville

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Louisville FLSAIf you think you may have a claim involving unpaid wages or overtime, equal pay, or any other type of complaint relating to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), then you must speak with our Louisville employment attorneys as soon as possible. If you think your rights were violated or compromised, then now is the time to take swift legal recourse. Complaints filed under the FLSA are becoming more frequent and more common than ever before.

In fact, in the year of 2013 alone, there were more than 1,000 reported Equal Pay Charges filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

At Biesecker Dutkanych & Macer, LLC, we exist to bring justice to wronged employees throughout Louisville, Kentucky and other surrounding areas. Since our firm's inception, we have provided clients with hard-hitting, ethical, and professional legal representation. With a proven record of results, a history of satisfied clients, and a series of professional accolades to our firm's name, we are confident that we possess the skills needed to help your case move forward in the best manner possible.

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FLSA LouisvilleAs a smaller-sized law firm, we take pride in providing our clients with close, personalized, and attentive representation. Though we may be small in size, we certainly bring a formidable presence in a courtroom or at a negotiating table. With decades of combined legal experience to our firm's name, we possess the power, resources, and skills needed to challenge any opponent, combat any hostile work environment, or contest any wrongful employer.

Our Louisville FLSA lawyers understand just how overwhelming any type of potential legal action can be. If you are currently struggling with the thought of filing a complaint against your employer, just know that you do not have to take on this matter by yourself. Biesecker Dutkanych & Macer, LLC can stand at your side from start to finish and ensure your interests are fully protected.


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The FLSA is an act created by the federal government and establishes employment guidelines involving pay, hours, and other stipulations. Most Kentucky employees and employers are covered by the provisions outlined in the federal FLSA. Even people who are not covered by the FLSA can have various protections under state and local employment laws governing minimum wage and other standards.

The FLSA sets standards for many things, such as:

  • Minimum wage requirements
  • Overtime pay requirements
  • Workweek hours
  • Equal pay
  • Employee classifications
  • Benefits and tips
  • Vacation, leave, and "comp" time
  • Child labor laws
  • Record keeping
  • Federal, state, and local law compliance

There are major differences between state and federal laws and our knowledgeable Louisville FLSA attorneys understand the key concepts involved in federal employment laws, especially matters included in the FLSA. If you think you may have a complaint involving a violation of the FLSA or if you have been the victim of a compliance issue, we are here to listen to your story.

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Louisville FLSAIf you are considering filing an FLSA charge, you must take action quickly. According to federal statute of limitations, you could only have up to two years to file a complaint. This means that any wages earned more than two years before your complaint has been filed may not be collectible. For this reason, you must speak with our knowledgeable team as soon as possible.

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