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Article Third Circuit Court of Appeals Concludes That Employees Must Be Paid For All Rest Breaks of 20 Minutes Or Less Wage & Hour Defense Blog
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Article Third Circuit Holds That Requirement to Arbitrate Disputes “Under This Agreement” Did Not Cover Wage Hour Claims Wage & Hour Defense Blog
Spring 2017Article Employee Relations Law Journal
Article Tips Do Not Count Towards the Minimum Wage Unless a Worker Qualified as a “Tipped Employee” Wage & Hour Defense Blog
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Video Episode 65: Week of March 27, 2017
Article Missouri Supreme Court Rules That St. Louis’ Minimum Wage Ordinance Is Not Preempted by State Law Wage & Hour Defense Blog
Article Despite Expedited Fifth Circuit Review, the District Court Case Challenging the DOL’s Proposed Overtime Regulations Will Proceed Wage & Hour Defense Blog
Article Adjusting Wage Rates? Be Mindful of State Notice Requirements Wage & Hour Defense Blog
Article Application of the FLSA’s Tip-Credit Requirements Remains Hotly Disputed Wage & Hour Defense Blog
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Article Controls Imposed by Franchise Agreements May Support Class Action Claims That Franchisees Are Actually Employees Wage & Hour Defense Blog
Article Twenty-One States Allege the New White Collar Salary Thresholds are Unlawful Wage & Hour Defense Blog
Article A Plaintiff’s ATM & Cell Phone Records May Be Discoverable When There Is a Particularized Showing of Relevance Wage & Hour Defense Blog
Article New York Attorney General Contends Domino’s Is a Joint Employer with Franchisees Wage & Hour Defense Blog
February 2016In the News Wisconsin Lawyer
Video Episode 13: Week of February 1, 2016
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Article The Wage Hour Division Issues an Interpretation on Joint Employment Relationships Wage & Hour Defense Blog
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Article Have We Now Seen the Last of “Bag Check” Class Actions? Wage and Hour Defense Blog
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Article Small Doses” of Non-Educational Work Did Not Turn Students into Employees Wage and Hour Defense Blog
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Article Meal Periods with Travel Restrictions May Be Compensable Wage and Hour Defense Blog
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Article The Department Of Labor Addresses Independent Contractor Misclassification And Concludes That “Most Workers Are Employees” LinkedInTweetLikeEmail Wage and Hour Defense Blog
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