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Noel P. Tripp

Principal
Long Island

P 631-247-4661
F 631-247-0417
TrippN@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Noel P. Tripp is a Principal in the Long Island office of Jackson Lewis P.C.

Noel has spent his entire career at Jackson Lewis since joining the Firm as a summer associate in May 2005. His practice is devoted to the defense of class and collective action lawsuits under federal and state wage-and-hour laws, as well as counseling employers regarding prospective wage-and-hour compliance. Since 2010 he has served as Coordinator of Jackson Lewis’ Wage and Hour Blog. During his career he has also been involved in matters pending before federal and state courts and administrative agencies covering the gamut of employment-related matters, from discrimination and workplace harassment to affirmative-action compliance. 

Honors and Recognitions

Professional Associations and Activities

  • American Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association

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May 18, 2017
International Risk Management Institute

Noel Tripp Authors "Wage-and-Hour Audits: The Time (As Always) Is Now"

May 18, 2017

Noel Tripp authors "Wage-and-Hour Audits: The Time (As Always) Is Now," published by International Risk Management Institute. Read More

December 14, 2016
Risk & Insurance

Noel Tripp Comments on Implications of Recently Halted Overtime Rule

December 14, 2016

Noel Tripp comments on companies still at risk of being noncompliant after Overtime Rule injunction in "A Salary Threshold Working Over Time," published by Risk & Insurance. Subscription may be required to view article Read More

August 19, 2015
Bloomberg BNA Labor and Employment Blog

Noel Tripp Comments on Overtime Regulations

August 19, 2015

Noel Tripp comments on overtime regulations in "Working Overtime to Reexamine the Value of a Law License," published on Bloomberg BNA Labor and Employment Blog. Subscription may be required to view article. Read More

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February 17, 2017

New York State Regulations Governing Payroll Debit Cards (Scheduled to Become Effective March 7) Held Invalid and Revoked

February 17, 2017

The New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) issued final regulations in September 2016, significantly restricting the use of payroll debit cards and imposing disclosure and consent requirements for direct deposit. The regulations (12 NYCRR §192) were to become effective on March 7, 2017. However, in a February 16, 2017... Read More

December 28, 2016

New York Issues Final Minimum Wage Regulations and Related FAQs

December 28, 2016

The New York State Department of Labor has adopted regulations implementing increases to the state minimum wage, identified required salary levels for exclusions from overtime pay for executive and administrative employees, and issued Frequently Asked Questions for employers. On December 28, 2016, only a few days before New York... Read More

October 20, 2016

Wage Orders Likely Pose Compliance Issues for New York Employers

October 20, 2016

For New York employers, many wage-and-hour obligations are not set forth in the statute. Rather, they are outlined in Wage Orders promulgated by the New York State Department of Labor. The New York DOL has published proposed modified Wage Orders in the State Register, implementing changes to the existing Wage Orders based on the recently... Read More

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NYSDOL Adopts Regulations Implementing State Law Limiting Employer’s Right to Restrict Employee Discussion Regarding Wages
January 31, 2017

In October 2015, New York amended its equal pay law making it unlawful for an employer to prohibit employees from inquiring about, discussing, or disclosing their wages or the wages of other employees.  N.Y. Lab. Read More

Fifth Circuit Grants Government Request for Additional Time to State Position on Overtime Rule
January 28, 2017

Before the election the Department of Labor asked the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals to expedite its appeal regarding the validity of the DOL’s Final Rule, which increased the salary level for the white collar exemptions.  Earlier this week, however, following the inauguration of President Trump, the Department of Labor made the opposite Read More

DOL Requests Additional Time to “Consider Issues” Before Filing Reply In Support of Salary Basis Rule
January 25, 2017

Earlier today, the Department of Labor filed an unopposed motion to extend the deadline for its next submission in support of its appeal of the salary basis rule injunction.  The motion for extension requested until March 2, 2017 to submit the Department’s reply brief to the Fifth Circuit, and expressly stated that the extra time &# Read More