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Proposed rule means more employees will be entitled to overtime pay

USA - July 1 2015 The United States Department of Labor (the “Department”) has proposed new rules that will require employers to reconsider which employees are subject...

What restaurants need to know about employing teen workers: Federal law requires limits on work activity and hours

USA - December 13 2013 Given the hazards of the modern workplace, special care is required to protect minor workers andto comply with state and federal laws that regulate...

John J. Balitis, Jr..

Arizona’s minimum wage increase takes effect January 1, 2014

USA - November 4 2013 Effective January 1, 2014, the minimum wage in Arizona will increase to $7.90, which reflects a 10 cent increase from Arizona's minimum wage in 2013...

John J. Balitis, Jr..

Supreme Court issues two significant decisions regarding class arbitration

USA - July 2 2013 The U.S. Supreme Court recently issued two important opinions addressing the arbitration of class actionsOxford Health Plans LLC v. Sutter and...

Jennifer L. Thomson.

The National Labor Relations Board posting rule postponed indefinitely

USA - April 24 2012 In follow-up to our September 13, 2011 and March 6, 2012 Employment and Labor Relations Updates, New Posting Rules Pose Additional Risks for Employers and Federal Court Partially Invalidates the National Labor Relations Board’s Posting Regulation, the National Labor Relations Board has indefinitely postponed the effective date of its rule requiring the posting of the Notice of Rights under the National Labor Relations Act, which was set to go into effect on April 30, 2012....

Donald R. Gilbert.