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Paul DeCamp Comments on Implications of Tenth Circuit Tip Ruling

Paul DeCamp comments on implications of the Tenth Circuit’s decision regarding DOL’s lack of authority to regulate the tips of employees who earn more than the federal minimum wage in "DOL’s blanket prohibition on employers retaining tips—tip credit or no—is invalid, (Jun. 30, 2017)," published by Employment Law Daily.

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