2016 EMMY AWARD: "Wage, Hour & Overtime: What's 'Fair Pay' Today?" - Mid-Atlantic Chapter





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Published on Aug 11, 2016

The American Law Journal television program was honored with two Emmy® awards for episodes covering equal protection under the law, and workplace rights. The gala awards event was held September 24 at the Marriott in Philadelphia. This is a program excerpt of one of the winners; the full program is available on the ALJ YouTube channel.

The program was honored for the second consecutive year by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Mid-Atlantic Chapter comprising 45 television stations with 17 network affiliates and five PBS stations in two states and includes the nation’s 4th largest television market, Philadelphia.

Receiving Emmy® statuettes were Executive Producer and Host Christopher Naughton, Producer Valerie Jones, Director of Production Andrew Schaeffer, Director Joel Keeler and Feature Reporter and Senior Editor/Business of Law for American Lawyer Media’s Global Newsroom Gina Passarella.

The American Law Journal examines "Wage, Hour & Overtime: What's 'Fair Pay' Today?." Joining host Christopher Naughton are corporate defense counsel Jason Reisman of Blank Rome, plaintiff's attorney Gerald Williams of Williams Cuker Berezofsky and Joey Price CEO of the human resources firm Jumpstart:HR. Appearing in the feature report with Gina Passarella are: Shannon Farmer of Ballard Spahr of Philadelphia, Marc Goldich of Axler Goldich, also of Philadelphia. Physician's assistant Charles Cuttic joins the program from suburban Philadelphia, and Shannon Liss-Riordan of Lichten & Liss-Riordan via satellite from Boston. Program 1550. Emmy Version.

For more information, visit LawJournalTV.com.


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