As summer approaches, recent changes to the tests as to whether Fair Labor Standards Act (wages/overtime) applies to interns are worth revisiting. The Department of Labor examines the “economic reality” of the relationship and who derives the primary benefit from that relationship to determine whether the intern should be paid as an employee.
Category: Business Law
On March 7, 2019, The Department of Labor released its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that focuses on updating the minimum salary requirement for the FLSA white collar exemptions.
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Illinois Commercial, Employment and Litigation Attorney Mark J. McAndrew of Rathje Woodward LLC Presented at 2017 Windy City Summit
The Illinois law firm of Rathje Woodward LLC is proud to announce that Mark J. McAndrew presented at the 2017 Windy City Summit. McAndrew and banking industry experts discussed, “Detection to Recovery: Tools for Surviving Fraud.” Specifically, the panel explored internal and external fraud detection, prevention, investigation and recovery and analysis.