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New Case Reminds Employers of Old Adage: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

USA - October 11 2019 The Minnesota Supreme Court recently affirmed an employer’s liability for more than a half million dollars in unpaid overtime wages and an additional...

Erin M. Edgerton.

Federal Judge Halts Overtime Rule at the Eleventh Hour

USA - November 23 2016 Yesterday, a federal judge in Texas issued a nationwide injunction that will, for the time being, prevent the United States Department of Labor (DOL)...

Anne M. Radolinski.

Department of Labor’s New Rules Take Effect Very Soon

USA - November 3 2016 The two lawsuits filed in Texas federal court to enjoin implementation of the Department of Labor’s new salary requirements for exempt employees have...

Anne M. Radolinski.

Employment and Benefits Update

USA - September 1 2016 Banks and other employers may need to update their policies, practices and agreements due to recently enacted employment and benefits requirements...

Debra J. Linder.

A Human Resources Investigation May Toll the Statute of Limitations Under the Minnesota Human Rights Act

USA - May 16 2016 Under the Minnesota Human Rights Act (MHRA), an employee has one year to file a legal claim with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights or a court...

Ashley R. Thronson.