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Alison Crane Comments on the DOL's New Guidelines for Unpaid Internships

Alison Crane comments on the DOL approving a new test for unpaid interns offering the potential of increased flexibility for employers in "Will unpaid internships make a comeback in light of new guidelines?" published by HR Dive.

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November 9, 2018
HR Dive

Jeffrey Brecher and Eric Magnus Discuss the DOL Rescinding its "80/20" Tip Guidance

November 9, 2018

Jeffrey Brecher and Eric Magnus discuss the Department of Labor rescinding its prior guidance that made the tip credit unavailable to tipped employees who spend more than 20% of their time performing allegedly non-tip generating duties in "DOL withdraws contentious 80/20 tip credit guidance," published by HR Dive. Subscription may be... Read More

November 9, 2018
Nation's Restaurant News

Eric Magnus Discusses Implications of the DOL Retracting its “80/20 Rule”

November 9, 2018

Eric Magnus discusses implications of the U.S. Department of Labor rescinding prior guidance known as the “80/20 rule” that has long prohibited employers from using the subminimum wage for non-tipped side work in "Labor Department abandons Obama-era “80/20 rule,”' published by Nation's Restaurant News. Read More

November 2, 2018
Jackson Lewis

Jake Schwartz Comments on Implications of ​Class Arbitration Language in Contracts

November 2, 2018

Jake Schwartz comments on implications of Lamps Plus, Inc. v. Varela and whether arbitration agreements must explicitly call for class arbitration for the parties to be able to use that process in "Another High Court Case Could Prompt More Class Action Waivers," published by Bloomberg Law. Subscription may be required... Read More