A healthcare software services and consulting company is involved in an Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) nationwide collective action wherein employed consultants are alleging they should be paid for their travel time from their home to remote, out of state locations to conduct training sessions. The unique, novel issue is that it tests the interpretation of when "commuting time" ends and when "working time" begins under the Portal-to-Portal Act.
Waller represents the healthcare software company in this FLSA nationwide collective action.
Obtained preliminary and final injunctive relief blocking a logistics employee from joining a competing business as well as poaching employees and customers in violation of a non-compete agreement.
Serving as special healthcare counsel in the transaction and providing due diligence and regulatory review support.
Represented Summit Behavioral Healthcare in its acquisition of Colorado-based Peak View Behavioral Health.