In Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Assoc., the Supreme Court ruled that federal agencies do not need to use the notice-and-comment procedures of the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) when they wish to issue a new interpretation of a regulation that deviates significantly from one they had previously adopted.
According to new statistics, a greater proportion of the US Department of Labor's enforcement actions are being targeted at industries that commonly use franchising, independent contractors, subcontracting and third-party intermediaries such as temporary employment agencies or labor brokers.
A new order from the Acting Commissioner of the New York State Department of Labor will eliminate distinctions among various types of employees and establish a uniform minimum cash wage for all tipped employees.
Legislation establishing new employee notice requirements for employers in the District of Columbia is projected to take effect on February 26, according to the District's Department of Employment Services.
In Home Care Ass'n of Am. v. Weil, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia vacated a regulation from the US Department of Labor that would have narrowed the duties a companion may perform to qualify for an exemption from the minimum wage and overtime requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
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