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Andrew Voss is an active member of the firm’s class action practice group, a core member of the firm’s wage and hour practice group, and a founding editor of the firm’s wage and hour blog, www.wageandhourcounsel.com. He represents employers across the country in collective, class, and hybrid actions brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act and state wage and hour laws. His litigation and counseling experience in this area crosses multiple industry sectors, including financial services, hospitality services, retail, insurance, waste hauling, private educational institutions, and transportation. He has successfully defeated conditional certification in a number of threatened nationwide collective actions, and resolved many other cases in consideration of the complicated legal issues associated with wage and hour compliance.
Mr. Voss’ litigation experience also includes jury and court trial as well as appellate practice in both state and federal court involving employment disputes alleging race, ethnicity, age, gender, disability, and sexual orientation discrimination, employee handbook and other implied contract claims. Mr. Voss advises employers on a broad range of employment issues, including leave management, affirmative action and diversity issues, reductions in force, policy formulation, disciplinary proceedings and investigations, hiring and terminations, in addition to his substantial practice advising employers with respect to complex wage and hour challenges.