Law360 (December 19, 2019, 1:14 PM EST) -- Federal labor agencies spent the bulk of 2019 polishing a slew of regulations that have been at the top of the Trump administration's to-do list, including a long-awaited rule revamping how white collar workers are paid overtime, while employee-friendly states like California spent the year locking in a multitude of key worker protections.
Here, experts discuss five laws and regulations that made waves over the past year.
DOL Finalizes New Overtime Rule
From the outset of the Trump administration, one of the big-ticket items on the U.S. Department of Labor's cramped regulatory agenda has been a white-collar overtime rule after a...
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