Course Description

LAWS 7531
Wage Law and Litigation
General Description:
Teaches federal and state wage statutes, common-law claims for unpaid wages (e.g., fraud, contract/quasi-contract, etc.), and complex statutes outside employment law (racketeering, antitrust, etc.) that creative wage litigators sometimes use. Coverage of the limits of wage law scope may include non-employee contractors (both traditional and gig economy workers), undocumented workers, students, volunteers, and/or prisoners. Teaches litigation practice and strategy, including class/collective action practice, plus experiential learning assignments that may include deposition-taking/client-interviewing, claim-strategizing, damages-calculating, and/or motion-writing.

Select Term:

LAWS 7531-801

Instructor(s): Scott Moss

Meeting Times & Locations:
   Thu   5:25 PM - 7:55 PM   WLAW 306