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February, 2013


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New FMLA Regulations Effective March 8, 2013; FMLA Expands to Adult Children With Disabilities
Arkansas' Child Care Industry to Pay Approximately $590,000 for Violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act
$47.8 Million Settlement in Compensation to Benefit Plans and Penalties by Fund Manager which Invested with Madoff
Labor Department Rescinding Enforcement Guidance on Investigating Pay Discrimination
U.S. Citizenship and Immigrations Services' E-Verify Given High Marks In Customer Survey
Sherwin-Williams to Return $80 Million to the Current and Past Participants of Its Employee Stock Purchase and Savings Plan
$216,960 in Back Wages for Overtime Pay Violations by Automobile Tire Sales and Installation Stores
$100,000 Decree to Settle a Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Lawsuit, Training Ordered
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Held Public Meeting to Discuss Implementation of Its Fiscal Plan
$145,636 in Back Wages for Violations of Fair Labor Standards Act by Restaurant
$424,000 in Back Wages and Liquidated Damages to be Paid by Boston Restaurants for Violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act
EEOC Seeks Public Input to Develop Quality Control Plan as Part of the Strategic Plan
Directory Assistance Company Ordered to Pay $1.3 Million in Back Wages for Misclassifying Employees as Independent Contractors
$200,000 Award in Race Discrimination and Retaliation Lawsuit Against Trucking Company
$70,004 in Back Wages, Liquidated Damages and Penalties for Violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act by Manufacturer of Clean Energy Power Generating Systems
$199,443 in Back Wages for FLSA Overtime and Record-Keeping Violation by Pharmaceutical Manufacture of Eye Care Products
$130,000 Settlement in Disability Discrimination and Retaliation Lawsuit, Training Ordered
United States Department of Labor Marks 20th Anniversary of Family and Medical Leave Act by Announcing New Rule
$500,000 Settlement in Retaliation Case Against BASF Corporation
$97,762 to be Paid in Back Wages by Sportswear Company for Overtime and Record-keeping Violations
Now What? D.C. Circuit Rules Appointments to NLRB Unconstitutional


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