Phoenix, Az (PRWEB) March 28, 2012
JacksonWhite recently redesigned its pharmaceutical overtime lawsuit website to make it more user-friendly and accessible. The website offers expanded knowledge and updates relating to JacksonWhite’s current overtime cases against various US pharmaceutical companies. JacksonWhite attorneys are representing GlaxoSmithKline pharmaceutical sales representatives in a case that is currently before the Supreme Court, arguing that pharmaceutical sales reps do not qualify for overtime exemptions and should justly receive overtime pay when they work over 40 hours in one week.
The redesigned site showcases a new video, featuring attorneys Richard White and Michael Pruitt as they offer a legal perspective on the case. The first video, which briefly explains the lawsuit, is also available on the new site. An extended list of pharmaceutical companies is included in the new site’s content as JacksonWhite continues to seek more sales representatives interested in receiving overtime compensation from drug companies across the U.S. JacksonWhite has created corresponding social media pages, and those links can now be found on the site, offering visitors the opportunity to further engage with our legal team. The addition of a FAQs page gives users quick answers to the many frequent questions that have been posed to the JacksonWhite legal team and the JacksonWhite attorneys handling the pharmaceutical overtime lawsuit are now introduced through bios and pictures on the site’s homepage.
The new site design allows for easier and faster navigation. With the cleaner layout and bold headings, visitors can access the expanded information that the site offers with efficiency. Visitors to the site can now view JacksonWhite’s overtime case, as well as other national pharmaceutical overtime lawsuits, in a timeline format, highlighting specific events that continue to affect the trial’s progression.
As before, the new site continues to offer a stream of blogs and news updates to keep visitors informed on JacksonWhite’s case, as well as similar cases across the country. With the redesigned site comes the reminder that time is limited for those interested in joining the collective action lawsuit, as JacksonWhite Pharma overtime lawsuit attorneys will present their oral argument before the Supreme Court on April 16, 2012. A contact form is available on the site for those interested in learning more about the opportunity.
These new features and improvements can be found at http://www.pharmaovertime.com.
Christopher v. SmithKline Beecham Corp.
The U.S. Supreme Court
MEDIA CONTACT: Liz Coyle
(480)-464-1111 x151; LCoyle(at)jacksonwhitelaw(dot)com