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July 25, 2022

Decision by Federal Court in Pennsylvania Questions Prevailing View that Judicial Approval is a Prerequisite to Settling Individual FLSA Claims

In a recent decision, a federal court judge held that individual FLSA settlements do not need to be approved, and parties may stipulate to dismissal under Rule 41.

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July 20, 2022

Michigan Decision Leaves Employers Uncertain About Current State of Minimum Wage, Tips, and Paid Sick Leave Laws

A Michigan judge has held that the state legislature violated the Michigan Constitution in 2018 when, during a lame-duck session, it overhauled revisions to Michigan’s minimum wage and tip law and newly created paid sick and safe time law.

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July 20, 2022

Puerto Rico Secretary of Labor and Human Resources Issues Opinion on Criteria for Defining Microenterprises, Small and Medium Businesses for Purposes of Act 41-2022

Puerto Rico’s Secretary of Labor and Human Resources has issued Opinion No. 2022-02, which provides the methodology for employers to self-classify as a microenterprises, small or medium businesses under Act 62-2014.

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July 13, 2022

Rhode Island Enacts New “Tip Protection” Law

A new Rhode Island statute prohibits employers of tipped employees from retaining employee tips, creates new requirements for tip pools, and sets requirements for deductions from tips for credit card processing.

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July 8, 2022

Panic Buttons and Workload Limits: Los Angeles Hotel Workers Get New Protections

Cities have started to implement their own workplace regulations, an area previously reserved to federal and state governments. The hotel industry, which often is one of the primary drivers of a local economy, has been a particular focus.

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July 5, 2022

Eleventh Circuit Concludes that Property Damage Investigators Do Not Fall Under FLSA’s Administrative Exemption

The 11th Circuit recently relied on DOL guidance to conclude that property damage investigators do not qualify for the FLSA’s administrative exemption, and were therefore subject to the FLSA’s minimum wage and overtime requirements.

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June 23, 2022

July is the New January – New State Laws Do Not Take the Summer Off

It used to be that employers had the luxury of waiting until January 1 to be vigilant for new employment laws and compliance challenges. For the past several years, we have reported on employment and labor laws taking effect mid-year.

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June 22, 2022

Spring Regulatory Agenda Provides Roadmap to Anticipated Federal Rulemaking

On June 21, 2022, the Biden administration released its Spring 2022 Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions. These semi-annual regulatory agendas outline federal agency goals for the months ahead.

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June 21, 2022

Hot off the Press: New Labor Reform Bill for Puerto Rico

On June 20, 2022, Governor Pedro Pierluisi signed into law Act No. 41-2022, instituting drastic changes to labor and employment laws in Puerto Rico and extending employment rights for employees in the private sector.

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June 14, 2022

New York State Legislature Seeks to Regulate Work-Related “Quotas” for Warehouse Workers

On June 3, 2022, the New York Legislature passed Senate Bill 8922, the Warehouse Worker Protection Act (WWPA), which if signed into law, would significantly further regulate the working conditions of warehouse workers in New York State.

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