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April 9, 2024

Fast Food, Minimum Wages, and the Pervasive Myth of Benevolent Unions: Why the Labor Movement Pushes for Stricter Labor Laws

Alexander MacDonald explains why unions support The FAST Act, which has raised the minimum wage to $20 an hour for fast-food workers in California.

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March 28, 2024

AI In Accounting Raises OT Exemption Questions

Bradford Kelley and Peloton Interactive’s Stephen Malone discuss the potential risks of using AI tools for wage and hour calculations under the FLSA. (Subscription required.)

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March 25, 2024

DOL's Final Rule on Independent Contractor Classification Likely Is Not the Final Word

Andrea M. Kirshenbaum and Jennifer N. Capozzola dive into the U.S. DOL’s final rule (2024 IC Rule) for analyzing whether a worker should be classified as an employee or independent contractor under the FLSA and the lawsuits and challenges that remain in i

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March 19, 2024

The ACLU: Champion of Individual Arbitration?

Alexander MacDonald discusses a case in which the ACLU, sharp critic of arbitration, is arguing that individual arbitration plays a “fundamental role” in protecting labor rights.

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March 19, 2024

Labor Relations, Professional Perspective - “Après Moi, le Deluge”: Big Changes for Labor and Employment Law after Chevron

As the Supreme Court is poised to reconsider the Chevron standard, Alexander MacDonald talks about how overruling Chevron would affect employment and labor law.

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