John F. Kennedy
John F. Kennedy has two decades of experience enforcing the legal rights of employees to their rights under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and the D.C. Payment and Collection of Wages Act, D.C. Code 32-1301 et seq. Mr. Kennedy has successfully represented thousands of clients in claims involving:
John practices in these areas:
- Unpaid overtime.
- Failure to pay agreed wages.
- Failure to pay final paycheck on time.
- Other violations of pay laws.
Mr. Kennedy has successfully brought claims for employee clients in federal and state court and in arbitrations /mediations. His track record of collecting money for unpaid clients is close to 100 percent.
Mr. Kennedy is a 1986 graduate of Antioch School of Law. He has an LL.M. degree in international law from Georgetown University Law School, and a master’s degree in lobbying from George Washington University. He has been a volunteer arbitrator for the Council of Better Business Bureaus, arbitrating disputes between businesses and their customers. He is also a registered lobbyist.
Besides being a member of the District of Columbia bar, Mr. Kennedy is a member of the bars of the states of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Colorado.
His media appearances include the Washington Post, the New York Times, the New York Post, the Los Angeles Times, the Richmond Times, Good Morning America, Today Show, Legal Times and the American Bar Association Journal.