Alerts & News

EEOC Finally Issues Long-Awaited New Harassment Guidance

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, Legal Insights by Samantha Halem, Jessica Spector-Eischen
 
MAY

28

2024

Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP Moves to One Liberty Square

Alerts & News, HRW in the News by Alexandra Mitropoulos
 

FTC Issues Final Rule Banning Non-Compete Agreements

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, Legal Insights by Samantha Halem, Tavish Brown, Samuel Gates

What is Happening? On April 24, 2024, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) voted to adopt a final rule (available here) that, if it goes into effect, will ban nearly all non-compete agreements as “unfair methods of competition.” It would also ban any contractual term or... MORE

Employers, Beware and Prepare: Summer Will Bring Higher Salary Limits for FLSA Exemptions

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, Legal Insights by Samantha Halem, Sarah Ruter

Last summer, the Department of Labor proposed to increase salary thresholds for workers who received a salary of at least $684 per week ($35,568 annually) and worked in a “bona fide executive, administrative, or professional capacity.” This summer, on July 1, 2024, this proposal will... MORE

Important Policy Updates from the U.S. Department of Labor

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, Legal Insights by Samantha Halem, Samuel Gates

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently made important policy updates addressing how it will enforce two key statutes under its domain, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). These policy adjustments will affect all employers and are... MORE

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