The COVID-19 Coronavirus has impacted everyone’s life in one way or another. It should go without saying that our thoughts go out to everyone, especially those who are suffering from the virus or who have lost someone you care about as a result of it.
On May 18, 2016, I wrote the following blog entry on a series of changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s governing regulations that were scheduled to take place on December 1, 2016: http://andrewgjoneslaw.com/agjlaw/unpaid-wages/department-of-labor-announces-changes-to-overtime-rules. For now, and perhaps forever, those changes are in doubt. Less
Today was an historic day in the world of overtime law. After more than two years of considering and debating whether to make changes to portions of the Fair Labor Standards Act’s governing regulations, the United States Department of Labor announced a series of changes
A putative class action has been filed in New York against retailer Target Corp. alleging violations of New York state labor laws. According to the claims made in LaPointe v. Target Corp., Operations Group Leaders were classified as exempt from overtime wages. However, the suit