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Sparkling Water’s Flat Trademarks

Everyone knows if you really want to get zero calories from a beverage without any strings attached, you have to drink water. But what if you hate water? Try sparkling water! Look how exciting it is: If sparkling water is … Continue reading

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Despite Second Shot at Ascertainability Post-Petrobras, Renewed Motion to Certify Falls Flat on Predominance Grounds

Royal Park, an investment company, recently suffered its second defeat in its attempt to certify a class action against Deutsche Bank regarding bond-like instruments collateralized by mortgages held in trusts entitling instrument-holders to the mortgages’ cash flow for various contractual … Continue reading

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California Differs From Federal Law on How to Calculate Flat Sum Bonuses Into Overtime Regular Rate

California Differs From Federal Law on How to Calculate Flat Sum Bonuses Into Overtime Regular Rate arentfox Mon, 03/12/2018 – 09:41 Read more detail on Recent Copyright posts –

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Federal Formula for “Flat Sum” Bonus Overtime Calculation Rejected

By: Joshua A. Rodine and Christopher J. Truxler Seyfarth Synopsis: California employers must use the formula prescribed by the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement Manual to calculate overtime on flat sum bonuses, not the bonus overtime formula used under federal law. California … Continue reading

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Wages are flat because unemployment IS so low

The New York Times had a feature on February 2nd on why wages continue to lag despite the extremely low unemployment rates at the moment. There is a basic presumption in this article that is no longer valid, however: namely … Continue reading

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