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PRESCRIPTION FOR CHANGE: THIRD CIRCUIT DIAGNOSES PHARMACEUTICAL SALES REPRESENTATIVES AS EXEMPT FROM OVERTIME PAY IN SMITH V. JOHNSON & JOHNSON
Villanova Law Review (2012)
  • Brooke Burns
Abstract

This Casebrief recognizes the current division developing among courts concerning whether PSRs have been wrongly misclassified as exempt from overtime pay since the World War II era. Despite the Second Circuit’s more recent decision in In re Novartis Wage and Hour Litigation, this Casebrief identifies the Third Circuit’s jurisprudence in Smith v. Johnson & Johnson as providing controlling guidance for practitioners navigating the current legal landscape.

Publication Date
2012
Citation Information
Brooke Burns. "PRESCRIPTION FOR CHANGE: THIRD CIRCUIT DIAGNOSES PHARMACEUTICAL SALES REPRESENTATIVES AS EXEMPT FROM OVERTIME PAY IN SMITH V. JOHNSON & JOHNSON" Villanova Law Review Vol. 56 Iss. 4 (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/brooke_burns/2/