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David T. Wiley

KM Attorney
Birmingham

P 205-332-3104
F 205-332-3131
David.Wiley@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

David T. Wiley is the Knowledge Management (“KM”) Attorney for Jackson Lewis P.C.’s Wage and Hour Practice Group, and is based in the Birmingham, Alabama, office.

Mr. Wiley creates and manages legal and electronic resources and materials to provide innovative client services; serves as a resource for other practice group members; monitors and analyzes regulatory and case law developments; and contributes to the firm’s blogs and legal updates. In his knowledge management role, Mr. Wiley draws on more than two decades of training, advising, and representing employers nationwide in federal and state courts and before administrative agencies on a variety of employment-related issues, including collective and class actions and all manner of discrimination and retaliation claims.

He is a regular speaker at employment law and human resources seminars and conferences, including the Alabama State Bar Labor and Employment Law Section’s annual conference.

Prior to obtaining his MBA and law degrees, Mr. Wiley served six distinguished years as an officer in the United States Navy Supply Corps. While attending law school, Mr. Wiley was the Senior Articles Editor for the Georgia Law Review.

Honors and Recognitions

Martindale-Hubbell
Best Lawyers Award Badge

Professional Associations and Activities

  • Alabama Bar Association, Member and Labor & Employment Law Section Board of Directors (2007-2013) and Chairperson of the Board (2011-2012)
  • Alabama State Bar

Pro Bono and Community Involvement

  • Birmingham Civitan Club, President (2001-2002)
  • Birmingham Volunteer Lawyers Program

Published Works

  • The Fair Labor Standards Act 2006, 2009 and 2011 Supplement. VA: BNA, 2006. [Contributing Editor]
  • Age Discrimination in Employment Law with 2006, 2009 & 2010 Supplements. 2003 ed. VA: BNA, 2006. [Contributing Editor]
  • Family and Medical Leave Act Law with 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011 & 2013 Supplements. VA: BNA, 2006. [Contributing Editor]
  • Wage and Hour Laws: A State-by-State Survey with 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2012 Supplements. 2004 ed. VA: BNA, 2004. [Contributing Editor]
  • "If You Can't Fight 'Em, Join 'Em: Class Actions Under Title I of the American with Disabilities Act," The Labor Lawyer 13.1 (Summer 1997) [Author]
  • "Whose Proof? Deference to EEOC Guidelines on Disparate Impact Discrimination Analysis of "English-Only" Rules," Georgia Law Review 29.2 (Winter 1995) [Author]

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August 15, 2018
Jackson Lewis

Jackson Lewis Attorneys Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© 2019

August 15, 2018

WHITE PLAINS, NY (August 15, 2018) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce more than 200 attorneys throughout the firm’s locations have been named to the 2019 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©, a publication that has become universally regarded as a definitive guide to legal... Read More

August 15, 2017
Jackson Lewis

Best Lawyers in America© Honors Jackson Lewis Attorneys in Its 2018 Edition

August 15, 2017

WHITE PLAINS, NY (August 15, 2017) Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce 193 attorneys, were recognized in the 2018 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©, a publication that has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. The Best Lawyers lists are... Read More

August 15, 2016
Jackson Lewis

Jackson Lewis Attorneys Recognized in the Best Lawyers in America© 2017

August 15, 2016

WHITE PLAINS, NY August, 15, 2016 – Jackson Lewis P.C., one of the country’s preeminent workplace law firms, is pleased to announce that more than 145 attorneys throughout the firm’s 57 locations have been named to the Best Lawyers in America© 2017. In addition, 13 attorneys were named “Lawyer of the... Read More

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May 7, 2019

California’s ‘ABC’ Test for Independent Contractor Analysis to be Applied Retroactively

May 7, 2019

California employers were dealt another setback in the responding to claims of misclassification of independent contractor status for violations of the Industrial Welfare Commission Wage Order (“IWC Wage Orders”). Noting California’s “basic legal tradition” that “judicial decisions are given retroactive effect,” the U.S. Court of Appeals... Read More

December 12, 2018

Class Action Trends Report Fall 2018

December 12, 2018

Our quarterly report discusses new developments in class action litigation and offers strategic guidance and tactical tips on how to defend such claims. This issue covers the following topics: Are you my employer? A patchwork of tests Only in California Prevention pointer Other class action developments Read More

August 13, 2018

Class Action Trends Report Summer 2018

August 13, 2018

Our quarterly report discusses new developments in class action litigation and offers strategic guidance and tactical tips on how to defend such claims. This issue covers the following topics: Disparate impact — discrimination by the numbers Is the FCRA class the new FLSA wage and hour class? Other class action developments... Read More

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California’s “ABC” Test for Independent Contractor Analysis to be Applied Retroactively, Ninth Circuit Holds
May 8, 2019

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California’s “ABC” Test for Independent Contractor Analysis to be Applied Retroactively
May 8, 2019

California employers were dealt another setback in the responding to claims of misclassification of independent contractor status for violations of the Industrial Welfare Commission Wage Order (“IWC Wage Orders”). Noting California’s “basic legal tradition” that “judicial decisions are given retroactive effect,” the U.S. Read More

Eleventh Circuit to Undertake Full-Court Review of Challenge to Alabama Law Prohibiting Local Minimum Wage Laws
February 4, 2019

The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals has agreed to undertake a full-court review to decide the validity of a 2015 Alabama law prohibiting cities or other local municipalities from adopting their own laws concerning minimum wages, leave benefits, collective bargaining and other employment-related issues. Read More