Paul J. Rutigliano

Akerman LLP

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Not So Fast: DOL Pauses Aspects of FLSA Tip Regulations Final Rule

USA - May 6 2021 Employers should continue to track and keep records of the percentage of time tipped wage earners spend performing non-tip eligible tasks, as the U.S…

Providers: Cyberattacks Are Still Coming-Are You Prepared?

USA - March 22 2021 Cyberattacks against healthcare providers accounted for 79% of all reported data breaches in 2020. (See here). The U.S. Department of Health and…

Melissa S. Zinkil, Beth Alcalde, Karen M. Buesing, Martin G. Burkett, Jeremy Burnette, James M. Burns, Kirk S. Davis, Sarah M. DeFranco, Martin R. Dix, Zarra R. Elias, Stefi N. George, Danielle C. Gordet, Valerie B. Greenberg, Steven Grigas, Marcy Hahn-Saperstein, Christy S. Hawkins, Elizabeth F. Hodge, Philip M. Sprinkle, II, Bill Ide III, William J. Spratt, Jr., Martin L. Monaco, Jr., Henry H. Raattama, Jr., Jeffrey A. Kimmel, Amanda K. Leech, Bruce D. Platt, Thomas A. Range, Ayman Rizkalla, Amber N. Roberts, Sheryl D. Rosen, Scott T. Silverman, Robert E. Slavkin, Richard L. Spees, Ashlee R. Tising, William L. Weiner, Sidney S. Welch

Department of Labor Addresses Court Ruling by Issuing New FFCRA Leave Regulations

USA - September 16 2020 In response to a New York federal court striking certain aspects of the Department of Labor’s regulations interpreting the Families First Coronavirus…

Department of Labor Opinion Letters Provide Employers a Roadmap to FLSA Compliance

USA - January 13 2020 Last week, the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) Wage and Hour Division issued two new opinion letters which clarify how employers should calculate…

Federal Judge Rejects New York Law Prohibiting Mandatory Pre-Dispute Arbitration of Sexual Harassment Claims

USA - July 29 2019 New York’s ban on pre-dispute agreements requiring employees to use arbitration to resolve sexual harassment claims is invalid, a federal judge in…

Jeffrey A. Kimmel