Summary Judgment Motions in Wage and Hour Class and Collective Actions: Pre- and Post-Certification Strategies
Disposing of or Limiting Claims, Improving Settlement Posture, Eliminating Class Members, and More
A live 90-minute CLE webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to employment defense litigators on strategically pursuing summary judgment motions in wage and hour class and collective actions. The panel will discuss considerations and best practices for drafting and leveraging summary judgment motions both pre- and post-certification to dispose of or limit claims, eliminate putative class members, improve settlement posture, and more.
- Summary judgment motions pre-certification
- Strategic considerations
- Summary judgment motions post-certification
- Strategic considerations
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the benefits of making summary judgment motions pre-certification?
- Under what circumstances should post-certification summary judgment motions be made?
- What are some best practices for drafting summary judgment motions in wage and hour class and collective actions?
Jesse A. Cripps
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher
Mr. Cripps handles the full range of labor and employment matters under federal and state law, specializing in the... | Read More
Mr. Cripps handles the full range of labor and employment matters under federal and state law, specializing in the defense of high-risk, complex and class action litigation. He has a wide-range of courtroom experience, including several months of experience in various state and federal jury trials. He speaks regularly on employment issues.Close
Todd L. Nunn
Mr. Nunn's practice emphasizes employment law, class action defense and electronic discovery. He has defended... | Read More
Mr. Nunn's practice emphasizes employment law, class action defense and electronic discovery. He has defended class actions on behalf of corporate and governmental clients, including wage and hour class actions and collective actions; nationwide and statewide breach of contract and consumer protection class actions; as well as government regulation, products liability, environmental, and securities class actions. He is the Co-Editor and Author of State Class Actions: Practice and Procedure, a 51 chapter loose leaf treatise that provides a comprehensive treatment of state class action laws for all 50 states and the District of Columbia. He co-authored several chapters of this treatise, including the Washington State chapter.Close
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