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9th Circuit Stands By Tip-Pooling Restrictions

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit has denied petitions for rehearing, as a panel or en banc, its opinion earlier this year holding that the U.S. Department of Labor could extend the Fair Labor Standards Act’s tip-pooling restrictions to instances where the tipped employees received the minimum wage without reliance on the Section 203(m) tip credit.  Circuit Judge Diarmuid O’Scannlian’s highly critical dissent, in which he was joined by nine others, could serve as a tempting invitation for the U.S. Supreme Court to accept review of the matter.

For a full summary of the most recent ruling in Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association v. Perez read our Legal Alert.

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