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Governmental enforcement litigation was a mixed bag in 2016. The U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) continued their aggressive enforcement programs, but their effectiveness was down “by the numbers” as compared to previous years. What does this mean for 2017? In the 6th and final installment in our series of blog postings on workplace class action trends, we examine what employers are likely to see in 2017 on the government enforcement litigation front.

Funda Curry | PIL - Public Interest Litigation: Kya, Kab, Kaise
Duration: 4:08
2018 WCAR Trend #1: Class Action Settlements
Duration: 3:11
2018 WCAR Trend #2: Class Certification
Duration: 4:08
FY 2017 Litigation Scorecard For The EEOC - What Employers Should Know
Duration: 5:11
Seyfarth Shaw's Workplace Class Action Report for 2018
Duration: 4:44
13th Annual Workplace Class Action Report 2017 Edition
Duration: 3:18
Workplace Class Action Vlog Key Trend 5 Wage & Hour Certifications
Duration: 4:21
Workplace Class Action Report 2017 - Key Trend #2: Class Action Settlements
Duration: 5:28
What Employers Should Know About The EEOC's New Focus
Duration: 5:11
How Does a Lawsuit Work? Basic Steps in the Litigation Process - Baker & Cunningham, LLP
Duration: 4:57
The Litigation Process
Duration: 5:25
Chairman Goodlatte Statement on Fairness in Class Action Litigation Act
Duration: 4:21