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Posts from January 2018.

The Federal Judicial Center has provided guidance that could fast track initial disclosures by including requirements uniquely crafted for FLSA cases.

Technological advances in payroll practices might be desired by both employers and employees, but an employer should give careful consideration as to how it will address the variety of legal restrictions and administrative burdens these advances could implicate.

The U.S. Department of Labor is abandoning its six-part test for whether an intern is considered an employee in favor of the "primary beneficiary" test adopted by four federal circuit courts.

Ringing in 2018, the U.S. Department of Labor is increasing the maximum civil money penalties available for certain FLSA violations.

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