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Quick update on the FLSA overtime rule

USA - January 6 2017 Judge Amos Mazzant, who preliminarily enjoined the U.S. Department of Labor overtime exemption rule in November, has now refused to stay (postpone

Diary of a pregnant lawyer: Second blogmester

USA - January 10 2017 “Honey, I made it to my second trimester!” “While I was pregnant, opposing counsel was pregnant, too. Under the state rule, the duration of a

Fact Check: Does Labor nominee Puzder really want to put people out of work?

USA - January 6 2017 The Senate confirmation hearing for Andrew Puzder, President-Elect Trump's nominee for Secretary of Labor, will reportedly take place this Wednesday

OFCCP sues Google for comp, employee data

USA - January 11 2017 Every year, typically in the fall, federal contractors across the nation receive scheduling letters from the Office of Federal Contract Compliance

Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces is mostly gone but not the pay transparency part

USA - January 4 2017 Federal contractors were thrilled when Judge Marcia Crone issued a preliminary injunction in late October against President Obama’s Fair Pay and Safe

Recent OFCCP settlements remind contractors about importance of recordkeeping

USA - January 18 2017 Within the past month, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has announced two settlements and filed one administrative complaint

New York Employment Law Update

USA - January 17 2017 Beginning January 1, 2018, New York State will have the most comprehensive paid leave program in the country. On that date, eligible employees will be

Nitpicking the EEOC’s proposed guidance on harassment

USA - January 13 2017 This week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued a proposed Enforcement Guidance on workplace harassment. It’s 75 pages long, so a little

OFCCP sues Google for comp, employee data

USA - January 11 2017 Every year, typically in the fall, federal contractors across the nation receive scheduling letters from the Office of Federal Contract Compliance

Diary of a pregnant lawyer: Second blogmester

USA - January 10 2017 “Honey, I made it to my second trimester!” “While I was pregnant, opposing counsel was pregnant, too. Under the state rule, the duration of a