Co-authored by Brett Bartlett and Kevin Young

As we predicted, the federal Wage and Hour Division has issued another edict that will have far-ranging effects on businesses across the U.S. economy, specifically those sharing employees with related operations or relying on third parties to perform or staff services that their own employees would otherwise

Authored by Alex Passantino

‘Twas the week before Christmas, 2-0-1-5
When the poetry elves on the blog came alive.
Crafting their rhymes with a purpose so clear:
Presenting the wage-hour gems of the year.

In January, for new regs in this year our breath bated.
Then for six painful months, we speculated and

Co-authored by Richard Alfred and Patrick Bannon

The National Labor Relations Board’s decision in Browning-Ferris Industries of California, Inc., announced last week, dramatically expands joint employer liability under the National Labor Relations Act. A business can be found to be a joint employer of individuals, the Board concluded, even if the business has only

SDNY.jpgAuthored by Robert Whitman

Advocates for interns seeking wage payments under federal and NY law received some welcome news this week with the decision in Glatt v. Fox Searchlight Pictures, Inc. [here].  As we have discussed previously [See here, here, here], Glatt is one of a number of recent

3rdCircuit-Seal.pngCo-authored by Timothy F. Haley and John W. Egan

Plaintiffs often attempt to impose liability on parent corporations for Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) violations allegedly committed by their subsidiaries.  They do so by arguing that the parent is a joint employer of its subsidiaries’ employees.  That strategy has just become more difficult for plaintiffs,