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Employment Law Update - Summer 2016
On May 18th the Wage and Hour Division of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) published its final overtime Rule doubling the salary requirement for the most commonly used overtime exemptions.
By Labor & Employment

Employment Law Alert - May 2016
The Rule is effective December 1, 2016, and implements two critical changes to the “white collar” exemptions from overtime.
By Labor & Employment

Consumer Finance Class Actions and Litigations
Terry Frank presented Residential Mortgage: Recent Trends at the ACI’s 25th National Conference on Consumer Finance Class Actions & Litigation on April 7-8, 2016.
By Terry C. Frank and Bankruptcy, Creditors' Rights & Business Restructuring

Business Tax Client Alert - May 2016
In his 2009 statement exhorting taxpayers to come forward, IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman predicted,“[f]or taxpayers who continue to hide their head in the sand, the situation will only become more dire.”
By Alison V. Lennarz and Business Taxation

ACA Related Numbers & Limitations 2014-2017
John M. Peterson has created a reference chart with updated Affordable Care Act numbers and limitations.
By John M. Peterson and Labor & Employment

Discovery and Rules of Evidence in Eminent Domain
Mark Short was a presenter at the CLE International’s Virginia Eminent Domain Seminar on May 5, 2016.
By Mark A. Short

Employee Benefits Update - Spring 2016
Department of Labor’s New ERISA Fiduciary Rules May Impact Plan Sponsors Overview The DOL’s newly issued rules could impact a variety of retirement plan relationships by making a broad class of investment advisers “fiduciaries” under ERISA. For the first time, many
By Robert Q. Johnson and ESOPs & Employee Benefits