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Pharmaceutical Sales Reps Were Properly Classified As Exempt Outside Sales Employees

Christopher v. SmithKline Beecham Corp., 635 F.3d 383 (2011) Michael Christopher and Frank Buchanan were employed as pharmaceutical sales representatives (“PSRs”) of SmithKline d/b/a GlaxoSmithKline (“Glaxo”) and were classified as outside salesmen exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act. PSRs work outside of a Glaxo office and spend much of their time traveling to the … Continue Reading

Employer Could Pay Employees Increased Compensation Rather Than Reimburse Them Separately For Expenses

Gattuso v. Harte-Hanks Shoppers, Inc., 42 Cal. 4th 554 (2007) Frank Gattuso is an outside sales representative for Harte-Hanks, a California corporation that prepares and distributes advertising booklets and leaflets, including the PennySaver and the California Shopper. Rather than separately reimburse outside sales representatives for their automobile expenses, Harte-Hanks paid them higher salaries and commissions … Continue Reading
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