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Christopher M. Michalik

McGuireWoods LLP


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Hyper-Technical Interpretation: 9th Circuit Increases FCRA Reach

USA - February 1 2019 On Jan. 29, 2019, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in a strikingly broad decision, raised the bar for employers’ compliance with the Fair Credit...

Bryan A. Fratkin, Heidi E. Siegmund, Joel S. Allen, Peter E. Kane, Bruce M. Steen, Sabrina A. Beldner.

DOL Announces “PAID” Program to Facilitate Resolution of FLSA Violations

USA - March 13 2018 On March 6, the Department of Labor announced a pilot program called the Payroll Audit Independent Determination (PAID) program, which seeks to...

John E. Thomas Jr..

2017 year in review - labor relations today

USA - January 26 2018 As a new administration took the reins for the first time in eight years, employers, employees, unions, labor lawyers and observers alike all wondered...

Summer L. Speight, Dana Rust, Igor Babichenko, Richard B. Hankins, Brennan W. Bolt, Seth H. Borden, Gary S. Marshall, Sabrina A. Beldner, Michael J. DiMattia.

Court Strikes Down Obama Administration Overtime Rule

USA - September 1 2017 On Aug. 31, 2017, a federal court in Texas struck down the Obama-era Department of Labor rule that would have significantly expanded overtime...

Michael R. Phillips, Sylvia J. Kim, Matthew C. Kane, Michael D. Mandel, Bruce M. Steen, Michael J. DiMattia, David L. Greenspan, Brian D. Barger.

Federal Court Temporarily Halts Nationwide Enforcement of New DOL Overtime Rule

USA - November 23 2016 On Nov. 22, 2016, a federal court in Texas issued a preliminary injunction temporarily halting nationwide enforcement of the U.S. Department of...

Michael D. Mandel, Bruce M. Steen, Michael J. DiMattia, David L. Greenspan, John E. Thomas Jr., Brian D. Barger.