Good Grammar Matters Under the Law

I have been accused by my children of being a “Grammar Nazi.” After years of haranguing, they know better than to end a sentence with a preposition in my presence (and, hopefully, when I am not around). Another of my pet peeves is the common prac… Read More
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Upcoming Webinar: Understanding the New DOL Overtime Rules

The Department of Labor (DOL) released the final rule updating the overtime regulations, which will automatically extend overtime pay protections to over 4 million workers within the first year of implementation. Starting on Dec. 1, 2016, the initial… Read More
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Are Your Employees Still Exempt From Overtime Under the New Department of Labor Regulation?

The Department of Labor this week announced a final regulation that changes the tests for determining whether executive, administrative, and professional employees are exempt from federal overtime requirements. Now is the time to evaluate whether you… Read More
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“Time”-ly Tip from Dr. Doom

There has been a great deal of noise in the media recently about “plants running without inspection” and the significance to both the establishment and to FSIS. It is important to remember that no operations requiring inspection shall be conducte… Read More
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