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Lamb v. Philip Morris, Inc.

U.S.
Feb 19, 1991
498 U.S. 1086 (1991)

Summary

noting that, in order to establish good faith, a defendant must "prove that it had an honest intention to ascertain what the [FLSA] requires and to act in accordance with it."

Summary of this case from Bankston v. Illinois

Opinion

No. 90-923.

February 19, 1991.


C.A. 6th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 915 F. 2d 5 1024.


Summaries of

Lamb v. Philip Morris, Inc.

U.S.
Feb 19, 1991
498 U.S. 1086 (1991)

noting that, in order to establish good faith, a defendant must "prove that it had an honest intention to ascertain what the [FLSA] requires and to act in accordance with it."

Summary of this case from Bankston v. Illinois

applying FLSA to county probation and child protection services

Summary of this case from Schmitt v. State of Kan.
Case details for

Lamb v. Philip Morris, Inc.

Case Details

Full title:LAMB ET AL. v. PHILIP MORRIS, INC., ET AL

Court:U.S.

Date published: Feb 19, 1991

Citations

498 U.S. 1086 (1991)

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