Matthew Uronis v. Cabot Oil & Gas Corp, et al

  1. December 20, 2022

    A Look Back At 2022's Biggest Wage-Hour Rulings

    Challenges to U.S. Department of Labor minimum wage regulations and questions about whether employers must pay for time workers spend in preshift COVID-19 screenings took a prominent role in the past year of wage and hour litigation. Here, Law360 revisits five major wage and hour decisions that made a significant impact.

  2. September 14, 2022

    3rd Circ. Takes Broad View Of FLSA's Retaliation Protection

    The Third Circuit found Wednesday that a Fair Labor Standards Act retaliation provision must be interpreted broadly, flipping a lower court's decision dismissing a claim that a company didn't hire a worker because he was about to testify in a separate overtime suit.

  3. July 11, 2022

    6 Wage-Hour Cases The Biden Admin. Wants To Shape

    The U.S. Department of Labor is using its legal firepower to push for worker-friendly interpretations of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Here, Law360 reviews six cases where the DOL is getting involved with amicus briefs.

  4. March 30, 2022

    3rd Circ. Mulls If FLSA Protects Potential Employees

    An attorney for a job applicant to a Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. subsidiary argued before the Third Circuit Wednesday that prospective employees are protected from retaliation under the Fair Labor Standards Act, in an attempt to revive a lawsuit over the company's alleged decision to not hire the man it previously employed because of his anticipated involvement in a lawsuit against it.