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  1. November 22, 2023

    How Appellate Courts Changed The Course Of 5 Wage Cases

    An appellate opinion may breathe new life into a case that a lower court dismissed, or throw out a decision with instructions to conduct a fresh analysis that adopts a new legal test. Here, Law360 reviews what happened in five minimum wage and overtime cases where an appellate ruling changed the course of the litigation.

  2. December 20, 2022

    A Look Back At 2022's Biggest Wage-Hour Rulings

    Challenges to U.S. Department of Labor minimum wage regulations and questions about whether employers must pay for time workers spend in preshift COVID-19 screenings took a prominent role in the past year of wage and hour litigation. Here, Law360 revisits five major wage and hour decisions that made a significant impact.

  3. October 24, 2022

    9th Circ. Says Booting Up Computers Is Compensable

    The time a group of call center workers spent booting up their computers is intertwined with their work and therefore compensable under federal law, the Ninth Circuit ruled Monday, overturning a win a district court handed to their employer.

  4. July 11, 2022

    6 Wage-Hour Cases The Biden Admin. Wants To Shape

    The U.S. Department of Labor is using its legal firepower to push for worker-friendly interpretations of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Here, Law360 reviews six cases where the DOL is getting involved with amicus briefs.