Michael A. Alaimo

Michael A. Alaimo

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Employee Time Spent During Security Screenings Is Not Compensable

Employees are not entitled to pay for time spent during security screenings at the end of the workday, a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruled on December 9, 2014. In Integrity Staffing Solutions v. Busk, two employees who...more

12/10/2014 - FLSA Integrity Staffing v Busk SCOTUS Security Checks Wage and Hour

ESOP Fiduciaries Are Not Entitled to a Presumption of Prudence

Fiduciaries of employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) are not entitled to a “presumption of prudence,” the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled in Fifth Third Bancorp v. Dudenhoeffer, released June 25, 2014. The Court...more

6/27/2014 - ERISA ESOP FIfth Third Bancorp v Dudenhoeffer SCOTUS Stock Drop Litigation US Bancorp

U.S. Supreme Court Case Could Alter Retiree Health Benefit Landscape

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to review a 2013 Sixth Circuit decision that could alter the way collective bargaining agreement provisions covering retiree health benefits are interpreted. In Taketts v. M&G Polymers, the...more

5/9/2014 - Collective Bargaining Employer Group Health Plans Employer Healthcare Costs Essential Health Benefits Healthcare Retirement SCOTUS

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

Employer Not Liable for Employee's Failure to Report Unpaid Time

Following prior decisions of the Eighth and Ninth Circuit Courts of Appeals, in White v Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp., the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected claims brought by a former nurse seeking unpaid wages for...more

11/13/2012

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