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Second Circuit gives a thumbs-down to private settlement agreements: what nonprofits need to know before settling federal wage and hour claims

USA - August 21 2015 Nonprofit employers sometimes struggle with whether to seek judicial or U.S. Department of Labor approval of their settlement agreements. Quite often…

Co-authors: Brian J. Turoff, Jeffrey S. Tenenbaum.


Employees down but not out as unpaid intern lawsuits keep coming in a post-Glatt world: the Olsen twins’ company gets sued

USA - August 13 2015 Just last month, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit seemingly struck a blow for unpaid intern lawsuits with its decision in Glatt v…

Co-authors: Laura Reathaford.


Issue resolved: the Second Circuit gives a thumbs-down to private settlements of federal wage and hour claims

USA - August 11 2015 Wage and hour litigants often struggle with whether to seek judicial or Department of Labor approval of their settlement agreements…

Co-authors: Brian J. Turoff.


Don’t let your integration clause bite you: how employers sometimes unintentionally cancel restrictive covenants

USA - July 23 2015 Integration clauses are common boilerplate in employee separation agreements. These clauses, sometimes also referred to as "merger clauses," set…

Co-authors: Douglas B. Mishkin.


New York City bans criminal record inquiries prior to issuance of a conditional job offer: what nonprofit employers need to know

USA - June 17 2015 On June 10, 2015, the New York City Council approved a new law prohibiting public and private sector employers—including nonprofit employers—from…

Co-authors: Jeffrey S. Tenenbaum.

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