Carolyn Dellatore

Carolyn Dellatore

Proskauer Rose LLP

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New Hampshire Department of Labor and U.S. DOL Agree to Work Together Against Misclassification

The U.S. Department of Labor (“U.S. DOL”) and the New Hampshire Department of Labor recently signed a memorandum of understanding to share information regarding independent contractor misclassification. The agreement is part...more

11/14/2014 - DOL Employee Definition Employer Liability Issues Independent Contractors Misclassification Strategic Enforcement Plan

Four States and Two Cities Hike Their Minimum Wage Rates

Somewhat overlooked in this week’s election were the minimum wage referenda on the ballots in a number of states. Continuing a growing national trend, voters in Alaska, Arkansas, Nebraska and South Dakota approved proposals...more

11/10/2014 - Employee Rights Minimum Wage Wages

$10.2 Million Awarded by DOL to Detect Worker Misclassification

Recently, the U.S. Department of Labor announced awards of $10,225,183 in grants to 19 states to implement or improve worker misclassification detection and enforcement initiatives in their unemployment insurance programs. ...more

11/5/2014 - DOL Employee Definition Federal Grants Incentive Awards Misclassification Strategic Enforcement Plan Unemployment Insurance

“Black Car” Drivers Found to be Independent Contractors

Recently, courts in highly-publicized independent contractor misclassification cases in the transportation sector have issued determinations finding the workers to be employees. However, a recent decision from the Southern...more

10/16/2014 - Drivers FLSA Independent Contractors Misclassification Wage and Hour

Connecticut Moves Toward Highest Minimum Wage of Any State in the Country

On March 27, 2014, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy signed a law that is poised to make Connecticut's minimum wage the highest of any state in the nation by 2017 (if no other state enacts a higher wage in the interim). ...more

4/4/2014 - Minimum Wage Over-Time

Raising Wages by Tightening the White-Collar Overtime Exemptions–The President’s Initiative

On Thursday, March 13, 2014, President Obama gave a short press conference and signed a Presidential Memorandum aimed at "updating and modernizing" overtime eligibility rules for white-collar workers. The Memorandum directs...more

3/19/2014 - Classification Compensation Agreements DOL Executive Compensation FLSA Over-Time White-Collar Exemptions

D.C. Expands Paid Sick Leave Law

Last week, an amendment to the District of Columbia Accrued Sick and Safe Leave Act of 2008 (the "ASSLA") came into effect. The amendment, called the Earned Sick and Safe Leave Amendment Act of 2013 (the "Amendment"),...more

3/17/2014 - Employee Rights Paid Leave Sick Leave

The Beginnings of a New Trend? New Jersey Proposes to Protect Unpaid Interns From Employment Discrimination

On December 5, 2013, the New Jersey State Senate introduced S-3064 to protect unpaid interns from employment discrimination by amending the Law Against Discrimination ("LAD"), the Conscientious Employee Protection Act...more

12/17/2013 - CEPA Discrimination Internships Unpaid Interns

New Jersey Raises Minimum Wage by Constitutional Amendment

On November 5, 2013, New Jersey voters overwhelmingly approved (by a 61% to 39% margin) a constitutional amendment to raise the state minimum wage to $8.25 per hour starting on January 1, 2014. The amendment further mandates...more

11/11/2013 - Constitutional Amendment Consumer Price Index Inflation Adjustments Minimum Wage

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