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SCOTUS to decide if Title VII discrimination protection extends to LGBTQ+

In the coming months, the Supreme Court of the United States will decide whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 covers discrimination against LGBTQ+ workers. The current composition of the court makes the anticipated outcome hard to predict. At the moment, there are four judges appointed by a Democratic president, and five […]

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The Saga Continues: The Department of Labor’s New Proposed Salary Minimum

Our blog has periodically covered the now 5 year journey of the Department of Labor’s efforts to update the salary minimum provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Recently, the DOL proposed a compromise of sorts, decreasing their $47,476 proposal from 2016, which was invalidated by the decision of an Eastern District of Texas judge […]

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Technology’s implications on the “gig economy” and employment law

Temporary jobs, often referred to as “gigs,” are a rite of passage for many young Americans. Millions of teenagers serve or have served as lifeguards, fast food workers, babysitters, and interns. The phenomenon of young Americans doing gigs to make pocket money is a major plot point in movies like Caddyshack and Staten Island Summer. […]

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Department of Labor Scraps 80/20 Rule for Tipped Income Earners

If you are one of the millions of Americans who are paid below the minimum wage for a tipped income, the way your pay is calculated has recently changed. In November, the Department of Labor announced that it would no longer recognize the 80/20 rule, a guideline the DOL began recommending in 2011. This is […]

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