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Article D.C. Council Gives Initial Approval to Legislation Overturning Voter-Approved Elimination of Tip Credit Wage & Hour Defense Blog
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Article DOL Issues Guidance for Determining Whether Registries are Employers of Home Caregivers in the “Gig Economy” Health Employment and Labor Blog
Article Proposed D.C. Council Legislation Puts Voter-Approved Elimination of Tip Credit Into Question Wage & Hour Defense Blog
Article District of Columbia Voters Approve Eliminating Tip Credit, but Final Result Remains Uncertain Wage & Hour Defense Blog
Article Maryland Sick and Safe Leave Bill to Take Effect After Veto Override Health Employment and Labor Blog
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Article Maryland’s Montgomery County Joins Jurisdictions Increasing Minimum Wage to $15.00 Wage & Hour Defense Blog
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Article Tenth Circuit Rules Tips Belong to the Employer If Tip Credit Is Not Taken Wage & Hour Defense Blog
Article Maryland General Assembly Passes Sick and Safe Leave Bill Health Employment And Labor Blog
Article Third Circuit Holds Medical Residents May Bring Title IX Claims Health Employment and Labor Blog
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Article Mayor Signs District of Columbia Ban on Most Employment Credit Inquiries Health Employment And Labor Blog
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Article U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Review DOL Home Care Rule Health Employment and Labor Blog
Article Washington, DC, Increases Minimum Wage to $15 – and Tipped Minimum Wage to $5.00 – by July 1, 2020 Wage & Hour Defense Blog
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Article Washington, D.C. Prepares to Increase Minimum Wage to $15 — and Tipped Minimum Wage to $5.00 — by July 1, 2020 Wage & Hour Defense Blog
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Article Maryland Expands State Equal Pay Act and Broadens Employees’ Right to Discuss Wages Technology Employment Law Blog
Article Southern District of New York’s Rejection of FLSA Settlement Highlights Need to Settle on Terms That Will Pass Judicial Muster Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog
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