Understanding Equal Pay Laws and Avoiding and Defending Pay Equity Claims

The federal government’s focus on pay equity and pay data, and the passage of groundbreaking equal pay laws in a number of states, has been one of the biggest employment law developments of 2016. Litigation involving pay equity claims has also risen in the past year. Given the increased focus on pay equity from these multiple sources, employers are well-advised to examine their compensation policies and practices.  Understanding and applying the varying tests for pay equity under federal and state statutes can pose a challenge, however.

On January 24, McDermott hosted an in-depth webinar to discuss the federal Equal Pay Act; state equal pay laws; the EEOC’s pay data rule; how to conduct a pay equity study; and employer defenses to pay equity claims.

To view the archived presentation slides, please click here.

To view the archived webinar, please click here.

Kristin E. MichaelsKristin E. Michaels
Kristin E. Michaels focuses her practice on all aspects of labor and employment litigation and counseling. Her practice is national in scope and her clients include employers from a wide range of industries, including hospitality, media, manufacturing, telecommunications, retail, steel, health care, automotive, cable and utilities. Read Kristin Michaels's full bio.


Evan A. BelosaEvan A. Belosa
  Evan A. Belosa is an experienced negotiator and counselor, focusing his practice on all aspects of executive employment and compensation matters. Evan represents individuals from virtually every industry across the United States, with a specific focus on executive officers and employees at all levels of the financial services industry. He also represents institutions in all aspects of the employer/employee relationship. Evan has significant experience in the areas of executive compensation and employee benefits, and has frequently represented both management teams and employers in designing and drafting compensation structures and plans. Read Evan Belosa's full bio.


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