Interstate Commerce

In the movie “Blow,” Johnny Depp complains to the Judge about to sentence him for interstate transportation of marijuana that all he did was take some vegetation across an imaginary

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I am a big student of the FLSA motor carrier exemption and have handled many such cases.  I often find that a big obstacle for the employer claiming the exemption

Continue Reading Interstate Commerce And The Motor Carrier Exemption: The Doctrine Of Practical Continuity

I have always been interested in the Motor Carrier Act (MCA) exemption of the Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 USC 213(b)(1), especially in the doctrine of “practical continuity” which is
Continue Reading Doctrine of Practical Continuity Tested Again In Case Involving FLSA Motor Carrier Exemption