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FLSA Salary Threshold Increases to $47,476/Year; Duties Test not Changed Click Here
Labor Department Issues New FMLA Guide and Poster for Employers Click Here
EEOC Issues Guidance on Leave for People with Disabilities Click Here
Court Puts Temporary Hold on AGC-Opposed Persuader Rule and Signals High Potential for Permanent Block Click Here
Andrew L. Smith, Partner, Smith, Rolfes & Skavdahl Company, LPA, Cincinnati, Ohio.
His practice is in the areas of construction law and general litigation. Andrew has extensive experience in state and federal court handling complex civil litigation matters and counseling businesses of all shapes and sizes.
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