How to Handle a DOL Wage and Hour Investigation-Downloadable Recording

How to Handle a DOL Wage and Hour Investigation-Downloadable Recording


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Recording Date2/24/15
CLE EligibleYes
Length90 min.
FormatAudio Seminar
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SKUAS2015-02-24-DL
Employers who fail to file amended H-1B petitions when employees change jobs or worksites could face thousands of dollars of liability and jeopardize their ability to file Labor Condition Applications in the future. With the increase in H-1B filings, employers not only face scrutiny from USCIS Fraud Detection, but also increased investigations by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Wage and Hour Division. Join our experts as they discuss representing employers who are undergoing DOL Wage and Hour investigations, and best practices to avoid liability.

Key Topics Include:

  • How Are DOL Investigations Triggered?
  • Best Practices for Employer Clients to Minimize Exposure
  • Ethical Conflicts in Dual Representation (Filing the H-1B and Representing on the Investigation)
  • Making the Best Use of the DOL Field Operations Handbook
  • Understanding the Administrative Appeal Process on DOL Investigations


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Eileen M.G. Scofield (dl), Atlanta, GA Eileen Scofield heads the immigration practice at Alston & Bird, concentrating on immigration law and related legal matters for U.S. - and foreign-based clients. With more than 29 years of experience, she has both advised and litigated with the DHS USCIS, DHS ICE and the DOJ Civil Rights Division on various worksite enforcement issues. She regularly manages many multi-agency and workforce-related government agency subpoenas, audits and investigations; advises on federal /state legislation; actively leads/participates in numerous pro-bono projects; provides advice on compliance standards, audit responses, internal processing, follow-up and conclusion. Ms. Scofield has been recognized by Chambers USA, Best Lawyers in America, is an FBA ILS Officer, and serves on various AILA national committees.

Diane M. Butler, AILA Board of Governors, Seattle, WA Diane Butler chairs the immigration practice at Lane Powell PC in Seattle. She graduated with honors from the University of Wyoming in 1983. After working for Congress, she spent time in Shanghai working for the Canadian law firm of Bull, Housser & Tupper. She went on to receive her law degree from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. in 1992. Diane has handled DOL investigations and H-1B litigation, has an active cross border practice and enjoys troubleshooting problem cases.

Neil S. Dornbaum, Newark, NJ Neil Dornbaum is a member of the firm Dornbaum & Peregoy, Newark, NJ. For over 30 years, he has received professional accolades and recognition for excellence in Martindale Hubbell's Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers; "Best Lawyers In America"; "Top Lawyers in NY and NJ"; Super Lawyers; U.S. News and World Report's "Best Lawyers/Best Law Firms"; and Who's Who in Corporate Immigration Lawyers, among others; holding office in major bar associations; lecturing nationwide; writing for prominent legal publications; and advising corporate employers of all sizes, from entrepreneurial ventures to the Fortune 500.

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