Nevada Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America, Inc. et al v. Walsh

  1. April 22, 2022

    Billions In Federal Spending Guided By Prevailing Wage Rules

    The infrastructure bill President Joe Biden signed into law in the fall is set to unleash hundreds of billions of dollars on roads, bridges, trains and other construction projects — and the rate laborers will be paid is crucial to how that money will be spent. Here, Law360 explores the wage surveys that guide prevailing wage determinations.

  2. March 01, 2022

    Contractor Groups Ask For Quick Win In DOL Wage Rate Suit

    A group of construction and trucking trade groups asked a Nevada federal judge to award it a win in its suit accusing the U.S. Department of Labor of inflating the prevailing wage rate for northern Nevada construction workers through the erroneous and illegal application of data.

  3. October 08, 2021

    DOL Wage-Hour Recap: Tipped Wage Rule May Come Soon

    The U.S. Department of Labor finished its work on a rule that limits employers' ability to pay tipped minimum wage on the same day it asked the Second Circuit to dismiss its appeal of a lower-court ruling against the joint employer rule it issued under the administration of former President Donald Trump. Here, Law360 looks at recent wage and hour developments involving the DOL.

  4. September 28, 2021

    DOL Sued For Pegging North Nevada Wage To Clark County

    A trio of construction and trucking groups sued the U.S. Department of Labor on Monday, claiming in federal court it violated the Davis-Bacon Act when it used wage data from southern Nevada to establish prevailing wage rates in the north of the state.