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Labor Law Changes Leave Employers In Limbo

Law360, New York (August 11, 2017, 3:53 PM EDT) -- Over the last 12 months, employment lawyers who advise companies in advance of changes in employment law may have begun to feel some unease. Even those who have been practicing for years have been at a loss as to how to predict what may be coming next. In addition to the many questions that remain for dealing with immigration issues, we are left scratching our heads with respect to overtime, joint employment, the persuader rule and tip pools, just to name a few issues. In this environment, how should employment lawyers guide their clients forward?

In summer 2016, many attorneys were...

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