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Mintz Attorneys David Barmak and Frank Hupfl to Speak at Greater Washington Society of CPAs Spring Membership Meeting

David Barmak, Chair of the Employment, Labor & Benefits Section of Mintz, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C., and Frank Hupfl, an attorney in the Employment, Labor & Benefits Section, will present at the Greater Washington Society of CPAs (GWSCPA) Spring Membership Meeting. The program will take place on Wednesday, April 29 at the GWSPCA’s Conference Facilities in Washington, DC.

Mr. Barmak and Mr. Hupfl will discuss employers’ compliance obligations under Washington, DC’s new Wage Theft Prevention Act (DCWTPA). They will address the application of the DCWTPA to employers, exempt employees and non-exempt employees; pay notice requirements; posting requirements; and record keeping requirements.

The GWSPCA serves more than 3,000 CPA and Non-CPA members in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. Founded in 1923, the GWSCPA has a special niche among CPA societies, serving as a more concentrated cross-section of business, industry, government, education and public accounting than can be found anywhere.

Mr. Barmak chairs Mintz national Employment, Labor and Benefits practice and is an experienced trial lawyer and advisor to businesses and their executives. He has represented clients in complex litigation, including class and collective actions, involving employment discrimination, noncompetition agreement and trade secret issues, wage and hour compliance, employment contract disputes, and other matters.

Mr. Hupfl has assisted public and private employers in effectively addressing a broad range of issues arising from the employment relationship, including issues arising under federal and state employment laws and regulations and employment agreements. He has counseled clients on and litigated claims arising under the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, and Title VII. His experience includes representing clients in employment litigation before state and federal courts and agencies, and in mediations.