Brian Burget

About Brian Burget

Brian Burget is a trial lawyer whose practice encompasses a broad range of business and commercial litigation before state and federal courts. He has litigated a wide variety of cases involving business and banking disputes, employment law, personal injury and products liability defense, and matters related to the healthcare industry.

In addition, he works with the firm's Agriculture and Equine Industry Group and is actively involved in legal matters affecting the industry, including landowner rights, mineral disputes, business contracts and equine ownership rights. Since joining McAfee & Taft, he has represented a number of private and commercial landowners, agricultural producers and livestock corporations.

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Automatic deductions and collective actions

| December 18, 2012 | Articles

“Auto-deduct” policies and practices are becoming more and more commonplace. Often via a payroll software program, a set amount of time is automatically deducted from each hourly employee’s paycheck. The deduction reflects the amount of time the employee is required to take for breaks. In using auto-deduct programs, many employers also implement policies for overriding […]

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