Parts Of DOL's New Wage Rules May Not Survive In Court

By Hollie Reiminger (October 1, 2019, 2:45 PM EDT) -- Employers faced with the daunting and nebulous task of deciphering the Fair Labor Standards Act to determine how to pay their workers may welcome the U.S Department of Labor's recent attempt to clarify and modernize the interpreting regulations. However, the DOL's proposed rules likely will face legal challenges of the same nature seen in 2016 when a Texas federal court blocked enforcement of its final rule pertaining to the FLSA white collar exemption regulations....

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