Jade Butman represents employers in all aspects of labor and employment matters.
I assist clients from all industries with “wage and hour” matters (class actions, individual actions, labor commissioner audits, and counseling); discrimination and harassment litigation; government agency hearings; and handbook/policy drafting.
My experience extends across all aspects of employment litigation and counseling. I have litigated dozens of “wage and hour” class actions.
I’ve been following the changing landscape regarding the “gig economy” and independent contractors, which I believe will greatly impact businesses and employers in the years ahead. In addition, I have been counseling employers regarding adjustments that need to be made regarding remote workforces and other issues that have come up related to the current pandemic and new legislation.
Law360 | September 24, 2020
This article on notable pandemic-related wage and hour issues quotes San Francisco Labor & Employment associate Jade Butman on whether employers would be on the hook for the time that workers spend adhering to building safety protocols.
Law360 | September 16, 2020
This article, which examines last week’s Southern District of New York judgment striking down the U.S. Department of Labor’s joint employment rule, quotes San Francisco Labor & Employment associate Jade Butman on the complexities of multiple layers for employment law compliance with respect to the National Labor Relations Act, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and FLSA.
Daily Journal | June 03, 2020
Labor and Employment partner Bonnie Glatzer and associates Hillary Baca and Jade Butman, all in San Francisco, contributed this article on potential coronavirus-related litigation matters that California employers should be aware of, and how employers can prepare for possible lawsuits.
Employment Law Alert | 07.14.20
Employment Law Alert | 04.29.20