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#WorkforceWednesday: Biden Picks Labor Nominee, The Biden EEOC, Temporary Special Relief for FSAs
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January 3, 2021 – In the News
Paul DeCamp Quoted in “4 Wage and Hour Developments to Watch in 2021”
Law360 Employment Authority

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Cliff Barnes Quoted in “High Court Case Forces Quick Biden Action on Medicaid Work Rules”
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How Health-Care Regulatory Issues May Unfold in a Biden Administration
Bloomberg Health Law & Business News
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Philo Hall Quoted in “5 Key Areas to Watch as ‘Bidencare’ Takes Shape”

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Elections May Decide Fate of Gig Worker Classification Regs
Paul DeCamp, Michael S. Kun

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