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In this video interview, litigation partners Dan Toal and Liza Velazquez discuss the Second Circuit's ruling in the closely watched case involving unpaid interns, Glatt v. Fox Searchlight Pictures, Inc., which sets forth new factors for determining whether an unpaid intern is entitled to compensation as an employee.
Click here to read the related alert, "Second Circuit Applies Highly Fact-Specific Primary Beneficiary Test to Determine Whether an Unpaid Intern Is an Employee under the FLSA."July 23, 2015