Fall Forecast: DOL Hunts for Violations and DOJ Offers some Clarifications


In this newsletter:

DOL will target hospitality industry beginning in October;

Miniarture horses welcome: DOJ Enacts Revised ADA reglations;

DOL explains reasonable break time and facilities for nursing mothers;

Dodd-Frank Law signals open season for financial whistle blowing complaints; and

Will that be check or cash...or prepaid debit card? Information regarding Tennessee's wage payment law.

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