Breaking News: DOL Sets Overtime Salary Exemption Threshold at $35,568

On September 24, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor announced a final rule to increase the salary threshold necessary to exempt executive, administrative and professional employees from the Fair Labor Standard Act’s (FLSA) minimum wage and overtime pay requirements. The final rule raises the annual salary threshold from $23,660 (or $455 per week) to $35,568 […]

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Wage & Hour Liability—the Hidden Danger in Asset Acquisitions

One of the critical keys to a successful asset acquisition is recognizing potential liabilities and negotiating around those liabilities through a well-drafted asset purchase agreement (“APA”). However, certain liabilities that may attach to the buyer following the sale may not be apparent from the seller’s balance sheet or from a typical due diligence review—making the […]

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Federal Court Holds Wisconsin’s Right-to-Work 30-day Revocation Provision Unconstitutional

Wisconsin’s Right-to-Work law provides employees the ability to choose as to whether they want to become or remain members of a labor union. Intertwined with that decision is an employee’s right to decide not to pay union dues. In order for an employee to effectively exercise his or her right not to be a member […]

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OCHD&L Adds Seasoned Employee Benefits and ERISA Attorney to its Employment Law Practice Group

We are excited to announce that Kelly Kuglitsch will be joining O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. on October 24, 2016. Kelly will be a member of the firm’s employment law practice group, working closely with other team members in providing practical and cost-effective answers and solutions to employers. Kelly provides employers, plan administrators, […]

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