Well, it finally happened. A Texas federal judge struck down the Obama Administration’s proposed changes to the FLSA overtime regulations, which would have made millions of more people eligible for overtime. The Court’s theory was that the U.S. Department of Labor used a salary level test that was excessive in determining whether workers should be

I have blogged often on these new OT regulations and now it seems the game is continuing, with opposition (not unexpected) from the current administration. The USDOL has released its request for information (RFI) on the revision of the white-collar overtime exemption rules. This has engendered, and will continue to engender, a great deal of

The attorneys for the USDOL advised the federal Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals that the agency does intend to revise the currently pending changes to the overtime regulations.  The lawyers also requested that the Court approve of the agency’s right to use salary levels to determine exemption status.  The case is entitled Nevada et al