MIAMI, FL – October 21, 2014 – Marlene Quintana, a shareholder in the Miami office of GrayRobinson, will present at the American Conference Institute’s 23rd National Forum on Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions. Scheduled for January 29 – 30, 2015, the conference will provide attendees the opportunity to convene with expert in house-counsel as well as renowned federal and state judges, top government officials and leading outside defense counsel from around the nation. Quintana’s panel presentation, “Recent Litigation Trends in Regular Rate of Pay, Bonuses, Commissions and Overtime, and the Latest Claims Arising from the Fair Minimum Wage Act and Tipped Employees Under the FLSA,” will focus on claims of unpaid overtime, sources of litigation that employers can expect to face as a result of minimum wage increases, federal law on tips and service charges and the interaction with state laws as well as a range of other significant issues.
With over 18 years of legal experience, Quintana has sustained a record of impressive accomplishments by providing strategic direction and legal counsel on a range of labor and employment law matters for both private and public sector employers. She is Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Labor and Employment Law, a Certified Circuit Civil Mediator and former Chair of the Eleventh Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission. Quintana has extensive experience in labor arbitrations, collective bargaining and related union issues, day-to-day client counseling and problem solving, policies and procedures and employment-related training.