Andrako, et al. v. United States Steel Corp., 632 F.Supp.2d 398 (W.D. Pa. 2009)

(plaintiff sought compensation for time spent donning and doffing protective gear as well as showering and walking to and from workstations after donning and before doffing; Sec. 203(o) of FLSA exempts compensation for employee time spent changing clothes if such exemption is contained in collective bargaining agreement; while lower courts divided on definition of "clothes" and Supreme Court did not address the issue in IBP v. Alvarez, 546 U.S. 21 (2005), court reasoned that "clothes" includes all garments and accessories worn by a person at any one time; thus flame retardant jackets and pants, glasses, boots, snoods and hard hats are "clothes" under the FLSA).