Not a Bad Place to Be: Fifth Circuit Addresses the “Highly Compensated” Exemption Under the FLSASometimes employment laws can make the common person’s head spin. That certainly could be the case for a recent Fifth Circuit opinion examining the “highly compensated” regulatory exemption from the overtime requirements of the FLSA.

A Thousand Dollars a Day – Is It Fair Compensation?

Jeff Faludi used to practice law but began working as

Whatever Happened to Those New Overtime Regulations? DOL May Be Sending a Signal with Its Notice of AppealRemember last year when everyone was getting ready for the big change to the salary threshold for the overtime exemption that was set to go into effect on December 1? And then, seemingly out of nowhere, a judge put a stop to all of those worries? Ever wonder what happened to those pesky regulations? Although

WELCOME (?) BACK! DOL Reinstates Wage and Hour Opinion Letters – Should it Matter to You? The U.S. Department of Labor recently announced that it will revive its practice of publishing opinion letters to provide guidance to employers and employees on wage and hour issues. This change (after a seven-year hiatus) reopens the door for employers and employees to gain clarity on important issues affecting the workplace.

What’s an opinion letter?