The US Supreme Court’s recent decision that a worker making $200,000 a year still can be eligible for overtime pay is raising the question of whether Congress intended to provide such protections to highly paid employees. To read Lipsky Lowe's feature in the following article, click the link:
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Employee Sues Morristown Golf Club Over Labor Wage Dispute
MORRISTOWN, NJ — A former caddie at The Morris County Golf Club claims in a lawsuit filed in state Superior Court in Morris County that he and others were not paid minimum wage or overtime pay despite working long hours on the course.
The Morris County Golf Club, founded...
New York Employers Paying Biweekly Hit with Wage Class Actions
Walmart Inc. wants a higher court to determine if New York workers can sue for damages if they were paid less than weekly, an interpretation of state wage law that employer advocates say has exposed companies to billions of dollars in potential liability. To read more, click the link: https://news.bloomberglaw.com/daily-labor-report/new-york-employers-paying-biweekly-hit-with-wage-class-actions