Authored by Alex Passantino
As Juno prepares to pummel the Northeast with snow, employers should prepare for any weather-related closures of their offices, factories, or other facilities. The effect of a weather-related closure on compensation requirements varies for different types of employees and also varies by state.
Most employees who are exempt from federal overtime requirements and paid … Continue Reading
Co-authored by Richard Alfred and Patrick Bannon
2014 saw no letup in the deluge of wage and hour litigation. Year-to-year, federal wage and hour lawsuits filed in federal courts increased by another 4.7%, bringing the total increase in federal court wage and hour cases over the past decade to more than 238%. With the increase in litigation in this area, … Continue Reading
Authored by Jacob Oslick
Adventuring heroes in fantasy fiction soon learn to fight different types of evil beast differently. Some must be fought by fire, some by water, some by the sword, and some by magic. The hero who foolishly treats diverse opponents the same does so at his peril.
The Third Circuit recently taught this same basic lesson to … Continue Reading