Wage Hour Defense

The Office of Wage-Hour, District of Columbia Department of Employment Services, is vested with the authority to require employers to pay minimum wages, overtime compensation, and related benefits to persons employed by employers other than the United States or District of Columbia governments.

Due to the increasing number of wage and hour lawsuits filed under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and its state counterparts, wage and hour law is becoming the U.S.’s fastest growing type of litigation. This type of litigation affects companies in all types of industries and many employers are not compliant with wage and hour laws, whether knowingly or not.

Our office represents employers accused of not correctly paying their employees. We represent employers at the D.C. Office of Wage-Hour as well as in D.C. local courts and federal courts when employees file a claim against the employer.

Why Choose Us?

Honest, Experienced Lawyers

Our attorneys are thought leaders in their areas of expertise. We are honest and meticulous, and we will work to make DC work for you.

Expertise and Experience

Our team members have worked in the highest levels of District Government, and founded the District’s Employer Advocacy Program. We know DC, and we can help you.

Personal Attention

Our niche firm is the perfect size for your business needs. Our attorneys give each client’s matter their personal attention to arrive at the best solution possible.

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Goldblatt Martin Pozen LLP is built to provide reasoned solutions to our clients’ District of Columbia business law and local government challenges. We have the knowledge, experience, and networks to guide your business through your local legal challenges. We are D.C. residents and business-owners, and we are ready to help you.

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