TAMPA Fla. – Dennis McClelland, a labor and employment partner in Phelps Dunbar’s Tampa office, is an editor-in-chief of the recently published 2017 Cumulative Supplement for Third Edition of The Fair Labor Standards Act, a nationally recognized legal treatise published by the American Bar Association’s Section of Labor and Employment Law and Bloomberg BNA. He is an editor-in-chief of the Third Edition of the treatise and has served on the treatise’s Board of Editors for the past 15 years.
Reed Russell, also a labor and employment partner in the Tampa office, serves on the treatise’s Board of Editors. He has served on the Board of Editors for the treatise and its annual supplements for the past 15 years and co-authored chapters on collective actions, overtime and retaliation. Tampa labor and employment counsel Erin Malone served as an Associate Chapter Editor for the 2017 Supplement.
The Fair Labor Standards Act, Third Edition, with 2017 Cumulative Supplement provides comprehensive treatment of the Fair Labor Standards Act, including topics such as coverage, minimum wage and overtime requirements and exemptions, compensable time, collective and hybrid class action litigation, child labor and Department of Labor investigations and enforcement actions. The treatise is widely used by wage and hour law practitioners and judges throughout the country. For more information about the treatise, please click here.
About Dennis McClelland
Mr. McClelland has practiced exclusively in the area of labor and employment for over 21 years representing management. He regularly provides strategic advice and counseling to employers on wage and hour law issues, and has extensive experience representing companies in FLSA collective actions, mass individual and multi-plaintiff FLSA actions following decertification, and Department of Labor investigations.
About Reed Russell
Mr. Russell regularly represents employers in FLSA and state law wage and hour cases as well as claims raising equal employment opportunity issues and provides strategic advice on employment practices, including through statistical analysis. He is the former legal counsel of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, where he was responsible for developing agency policy on the federal anti-discrimination statutes, and serving as the EEOC chair’s chief legal advisor. He also is the coauthor of a comprehensive guide to the EEOC’s investigation and litigation practices and procedures titled EEOC Litigation and Charge Resolution, Second Edition, published by Bloomberg BNA in January 2015.
About Erin Malone
Malone advises employers on wage and hour law issues, among others, and has extensive experience litigating FLSA and state wage and hour law cases, including individual and collective actions, and representing employers in Department of Labor investigations. She is a co-author of the Florida Chapter of the Wage and Hour Law: A State-by-State Survey published by the ABA’s Section on Labor and Employment Law and Bloomberg BNA.