bigstock-Clock-icons-44245531Late last month, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its highly anticipated decision in Sandifer v. United States Steel Corp.  The Court examined donning and doffing claims, and in the course of doing so, expressed key timekeeping principles in general, which have the potential to affect claims against employers under the Fair Labor Standards Act, including claims for off-the-clock work.  For an analysis of the Sandifer opinion and its critical implications for employers, see “The Supreme Court’s Sandifer Decision and Collective Actions,” authored by BakerHostetler partner Greg Mersol.