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Third Circuit Court of Appeals Concludes That Employees Must Be Paid For All Rest Breaks of 20 Minutes Or Less

USA - October 20 2017 It is a common practice for employers to provide their employees with rest breaks during the work day. (And in some states, like California, it is...


Take 5: Views you can use: September 2017

USA - September 28 2017 A year ago, employers across the country prepared for the implementation of a new overtime rule that would dramatically increase the salary threshold...

Frank C. Morris, Jr., Brian W. Steinbach, Kevin Sullivan, Shira M. Blank, Jonathan M. Brenner, Paul DeCamp, James J. Sawczyn, Michael S. Kun, Jeffrey H. Ruzal.


Third Circuit Holds That Requirement to Arbitrate Disputes “Under This Agreement” Did Not Cover Wage Hour Claims

USA - August 28 2017 In Moon et al v. Breathless, Inc., the Third Circuit reviewed the dismissal of a class and collective action under the Fair Labor Standards Act, the...


Tips Do Not Count Towards the Minimum Wage Unless a Worker Qualified as a “Tipped Employee”

USA - March 29 2017 In Romero v. Top-Tier Colorado LLC, the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that tips received by a restaurant server for hours in which she did not...


Employment Law This Week: Missing Comma Affects Case, Sexual Orientation Discrimination, DOL Budget Cuts, New Complaint Filing System

USA - March 27 2017 We invite you to view Employment Law This Week - a weekly rundown of the latest news in the field, brought to you by Epstein Becker Green. We look...

George Carroll Whipple, III.