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The Gig Economy, Independent Contractors, and New York Law

by Mintz Levin - Mintz Edge on

The gig economy (on-demand work) is a disruptive factor in many industries, including the housing market (Airbnb, Homeaway), transportation services (Uber, Lyft, Juno, Via), delivery services (Postmates, Caviar, Instacart),...more

Update: NYSDOL Appeals Decision to Invalidate Regulation for Employers Who Use Direct Deposit and Payroll Debit Cards

As expected, the New York State Department of Labor (DOL) recently appealed the decision of the New York Industrial Board of Appeals invalidating the DOL regulations concerning employers who use direct deposit or payroll...more

New York DOL Challenges Rescindment of Payroll Debit Card and Direct Deposit Regulations

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: The New York Department of Labor has mounted a challenge to the successful appeal of its promulgated regulations governing payment to employees via payroll debit cards and direct deposit. The regulations...more

New York Regulations on Wage Payment Methods Declared Invalid

As we previously reported, on September 7, 2016, the New York State Department of Labor (“NYSDOL”) published final regulations on the methods by which employees must be paid, including with respect to direct deposit of wages...more

Update: DOL Regulation for Employers Who Use Direct Deposit and Payroll Debit Cards Invalidated

by Mintz Levin on

On February 16, 2017, the New York State Industrial Board of Appeals invalidated and revoked the NYS Department of Labor regulations governing payment of wages by direct deposit or payroll debit card. The regulations were...more

*UPDATE* New York State Department of Labor’s Direct Deposit and Debit Card Notice Regulations Held Invalid and Revoked

As we previously reported here, the New York State Department of Labor (“NYSDOL”) issued final regulations in September 2016 imposing new notice and consent requirements on employers who pay wages via direct deposit and debit...more

Money Talks: NY DOL Adopts Regulations on Employee Discussion of Wages

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: New regulations from the NY Department of Labor clarify employers’ ability to limit employees’ discussion of wages. The New York Department of Labor has promulgated regulations that permit employers to...more

REVOKED: New York Appeals Board Invalidates Payroll Debit Card and Direct Deposit Regulations

by Epstein Becker & Green on

On February 16, 2017, the New York State Industrial Board of Appeals (“Board”) revoked the payroll debit card and direct deposit regulations (“Regulations”) that were adopted by the New York State Department of Labor...more

New York Industrial Board of Appeals Rescinds Payroll Debit Card and Direct Deposit Regulations

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: Regulations that would have restricted New York employers’ ability to pay employees via payroll debit cards have been struck down by an administrative review tribunal within the State Department of Labor....more

Impending New York Regulation Discouraging Payment By Direct Deposit And Debit Card Struck Down

by Fisher Phillips on

Yesterday, the New York Industrial Board of Appeals struck down a regulation adopted by the New York Department of Labor (NYDOL) which sought to regulate the manner in which employers pay wages. The impending regulation,...more

New York State Regulations Governing Payroll Debit Cards (Scheduled to Become Effective March 7) Held Invalid and Revoked

by Jackson Lewis P.C. on

The NYSDOL issued final regulations in September 2016, significantly restricting the use of payroll debit cards and imposing disclosure and consent requirements for direct deposit. The regulations were to become effective on...more

New York Pay Card Regulations Revoked, March 7, 2017 Implementation Halted

by Messner Reeves LLP on

New regulations governing the use of payroll debit cards (also known as “pay cards”) in New York will not go into effect as planned on March 7, 2017. Yesterday, the New York Industrial Board of Appeals granted the petition of...more

Fenwick Employment Brief

by Fenwick & West LLP on

California Legislative Update - In the latter half of 2016, California Governor Jerry Brown signed numerous bills into law. Below is a summary of those laws that will affect California employers in 2017 and...more

Federal Minimum Salary Drama? New York Says Fuhgettaboutit!

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

As if the start-again, stop-again saga with the U.S. Department of Labor’s rules increasing the minimum salary threshold for exempt workers wasn’t confusing enough, at least one state has jumped into the fray and changed its...more

It's a New Year in New York

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: New York employers are facing a host of changes in wage and hour regulations for 2017: an increase to the minimum salary amounts for exempt status; increases in the minimum wage; and changes in the amount...more

New Year, New Rules for Employers Doing Business in New York

Last year the New York legislature and New York Department of Labor amended several employment laws implementing changes that took effect at the end of 2016 or are set to take effect early this year. This post summarizes the...more

Appellate Division Rules That Paid Blogger Was Not An “Employee” Entitled To Unemployment Benefits, Signaling Trend Toward More...

One of the recurring themes in workplace law in 2016 was the continued crackdown on independent contractor misclassification. Both federal and state agencies, as well as the plaintiffs’ bar, invested significant resources to...more

New York State Substantially Increases Salary Thresholds for Exempt Employees

In the waning hours of 2016, new regulations went into effect that substantially increase the minimum salary an employee must have in order to be classified as exempt from the overtime provisions of the New York Labor Law....more

Start Spreading the News: The Minimum Wage is Up in New York

On December 28, 2016, the New York State Department of Labor adopted regulations implementing minimum wage increases that Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law earlier in the year. Starting on December 31, 2016, the minimum...more

New York Finalizes New Wage Orders, Raising Minimum Salary Levels for Exemption

The New York State Department of Labor formally adopted new wage orders today that raise the weekly salary thresholds for exemption as an executive or administrative employee from the current $675 per week ($35,100 annually)...more

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