Christopher M. Trebilcock

Christopher M. Trebilcock

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SCOTUS: Federal Agencies Can Change Interpretive Rules Without Formal Process

Federal agencies are not required to follow formal notice-and-comment rulemaking when making significant changes to interpretive rules, according to a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court. In Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association,...more

3/11/2015 - Administrative Procedure Act DOL FLSA Mortgage Loan Originators Notice and Comment Paralyzed Veterans Doctrine Perez v Mortage Bankers Assoc Rulemaking Process SCOTUS Statutory Interpretation

Minimum Wage for Federal Contract Workers Will Increase to $10.10 on January 1

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has raised the minimum wage for federal service and construction contract workers to $10.10, in a final rule that takes effect January 1, 2015. This final rule implements Executive Order...more

10/17/2014 - Covered Contracts DOL Executive Orders Federal Contractors Final Rules FLSA Minimum Wage

FLSA Overtime Rule Changes Likely: What Would They Mean For Employers?

New overtime rules likely to be issued by the Obama Administration would make more executive or managerial employees eligible for overtime pay under FLSA. Under the current federal rules, executive or managerial...more

3/24/2014 - DOL FLSA Over-Time Unpaid Overtime Wage and Hour White-Collar Exemptions

Department of Labor Delays Deadline for Certain “Obama Care” Notice Requirements

On January 24, 2013, the Department of Labor issued guidance delaying the deadline for employers to provide employees with notice of coverage options available through the health care exchanges....more

1/30/2013 - Affordable Care Act DOL Employer Group Health Plans FLSA Health Insurance Exchanges Notice Requirements

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