Harley Storrings

Harley Storrings writes for HR.BLR.com on lawsuits filed by Amazon.com

Arnstein & Lehr Miami Partner Harley Storrings wrote an article for HR.BLR.com on October 29 titled, “Preventing unpaid wage and overtime lawsuits.” In the article, Harley discusses how recent lawsuits filed by warehouse employees of Amazon.com bring to light the issue of unpaid wages and overtime compensation. Mr. Storrings stresses the importance of an employer […]

Harley Storrings quoted in Society for Human Resource Management newsletter on FLSA lawsuits

Arnstein & Lehr Miami Partner Harley Storrings was quoted in the July issue of The Society for Human Resource Management newsletter. The article, titled “FLSA: The Dinosaur in the Room,” discusses the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 and the increase in lawsuits as the law has increasingly fallen out of step with the modern […]

Are Certain Forms of Discrimination Based Upon Sexual Orientation Prohibited By Title VII?

Although federal law does not directly prohibit discrimination based upon sexual orientation, a recent decision from the Southern District Court of Florida illustrates how an employee may be able to state a claim under Title VII for discrimination based upon sexual orientation if the alleged discriminatory conduct was based upon the employee’s failure to conform […]