MIAMI, December 18, 2019 – – Pathman Lewis partner Aaron Tandy was recently the workshop presenter and facilitator of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce webinar: “Addressing new approaches to creating wage parity, changes to minimum wage, overtime exemptions and universal income.”
The webinar was sponsored by the Chamber’s HR & Professionals Development Committee.
- The difference between pay parity and pay equality concepts
- Recent efforts to introduce pay parity legislation
- The new DOL rules regarding increasing the pay thresholds for exemption from overtime
- Changes to Florida’s minimum wage and efforts of individual communities to push for higher wages
- Universal income
Tandy heads the Pathman Lewis Commercial Litigation Department and is head of the firm’s Employment Law Section. He places a special focus on resolution of business torts, regulatory and administrative hearings, employment and HR litigation, and ecommerce and intellectual property disputes, including the gathering and proper use of electronic and social media evidence.
Tandy provides counsel to entities looking to comply with federal and state antitrust laws, including the establishment of domestic and international distribution agreements and joint ventures.
Pathman Lewis is a Miami-based law firm with practice areas in real estate; banking & finance; litigation; land use and zoning; water & environmental law; resilience law; energy law; construction law; corporate and business transactions; appellate law; automotive law; and employment law. Pathman Lewis is located online at pathmanlewis.com. The firm can be reached at (305) 379-2425.