Tag Archives: labor

Preparing to comply with the new proposed federal overtime rule: 5 action steps for employers

By: Isabel A. Crosby,  Ben Gipson and Daniel Turinsky It’s like déjà vu all over again. Many employers will recall putting plans in place, and maybe even handing out raises, in 2016 to comply with changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s minimum salary thresholds, only to learn that a Texas federal judge had blocked the rule … Continue Reading

Lexology: Employment & Labor in New York

We are the exclusive contributor for Lexology’s Navigator chapter on Employment & Labor in New York. Topics discussed include: Which issues would you most highlight to someone new to your state? What do you consider unique to those doing business in your state? Is there any general advice you would give in the labor/employment area? … Continue Reading

Be Global: September 2018

This month’s Be Global looks at recent employment law developments across the Americas, APAC and EMEA, including changes to income tax law in China and labor exploitation in Spain. To access the full report, click here.… Continue Reading

DLA Piper’s Employment Guide to Going Global – 2018 edition

Many companies today aim to scale their businesses globally and into multiple countries simultaneously. In order to help clients meet this challenge, we have created a handy set of global guides that cover the basics that companies need to know. The Guide to Going Global series reviews business-relevant corporate, employment, equity compensation, intellectual property and technology, and tax … Continue Reading