Clark Hill Attorney Jonathan M. Boulahanis Published in Bar Business Magazine
CHICAGO, IL – Clark Hill Attorney Jonathan Boulahanis published an article featured in the January 2015 edition of Bar Business Magazine titled, "Time & Money, Is a Wage & Hour Class Action Secretly on Your Menu?"
Boulahanis discusses how restaurants and bars have been the target of increased scrutiny from administrative agencies and lawsuits based on wage and hour violations. He discusses that the trend is, in part, because the hospitality industry has been slow to keep up with the workforce regulations and laws that have evolved at a frantic pace. Boulahanis also discusses common issues that lead to wage and hour violations for restaurants and bars, and some ways to avoid such scrutiny.
Boulahanis is an associate in Clark Hill’s Litigation and Labor and Employment Practice Groups and is one of the leaders of Clark Hill's Food and Beverage Team. Boulahanis counsels Food and Beverage clients on all legal issues related to their industry, and provides services including negotiation and review of commercial leases, creation and implementation of employment policies, and representation when faced with civil litigation or alleged violations of state or local ordinances.
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