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FLSA Conditional Certification Standard Bites Plaintiffs

A district court in the Eastern District of Louisiana refused to conditionally certify a class of employees who accused their employer of intentionally underpaying and reducing hours from time records to avoid paying overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act … Continue reading

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Chinese Company’s Use of Foreign Sovereign Immunity Defense Linked to FTAIA Standard for “Direct” Impact on U.S. Commerce

On February 1, 2018, the Northern District of California court handling the sprawling In re Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) Antitrust Litigation[1] (“CRT”) declined to enter a default judgment against related Chinese defendants, finding the companies had made a sufficient showing … Continue reading

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Ryan Anderson: Having Genital Preferences Is Now 'Transphobic' | The Weekly Standard

But at the same time, the transgender political project—as something distinct from the needs of transgender people—is entirely different. It seems to be one of the most Jacobin, least compassionate political agendas of our time, happy to break whatever needs … Continue reading

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FAQs on ISO 45001- The Standard Replacing OHSAS 18001

With nearly 70 countries involved in its development, once enforced, ISO 45001 will replace OHSAS 18001, the existing management system standard for Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S). Still in its approval stage, the ISO 45001 should come to force by … Continue reading

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An Overview of the Standard Visitation Schedule in Texas

Most of the time, parents undergoing a divorce find their child visitation schedule one of the most difficult things thing to deal with.  Child custody and divorce is challenging enough, but dealing with the changes where you’d have to visit your child while following a … Continue reading

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