Employment Law

The Department of Labor issued updated Family & Medical Leave Act forms in 2018. Employment and Labor attorney, Craig Brooks, explains the new forms as well as other DOL updates, and offers some pointers for dealing with the Family and Medical Leave Act. […]

Because a typical medical practice may consist of predominantly male owners and predominantly female staff, a practice may be especially vulnerable to sexual misconduct claims, […]

The DOL, after getting three extensions of time to do so, has announced its position on the controversy over the Obama Administration’s 2016 rule to increase the minimum salary required for employees exempt from overtime pay. […]

The “standard” employment at-will notice used on handbooks, job applications, and offer letters may not be enough to protect employers in a law suit. […]

Employers are not required to raise anyone’s salary by December 1, 2016 in order to treat them as exempt from overtime pay. […]

New minimum salary requirements take effect on December 1, 2016. Learn more about compliance requirements, options, and resources. […]

Houston Harbaugh is pleased to welcome Charles D. Scholz to our Business Law Practice, and to congratulate Adam M. Shestak on his promotion to Senior Associate. […]

The employment provisions in this new law raise more questions than they answer, and will likely result in lawsuits. Employers should act now to learn more about how this law will impact them, and take steps to protect themselves from employment claims. […]

The U.S. Department of Labor today, May 18, 2016, issued a new rule increasing the minimum salary that must be paid to employees not entitled to overtime pay. […]

Employment Law Made Simple: A Guide for Executives and Non-HR Managers Presented by Craig M. Brooks Hosted by SMC Business Councils Thursday, March 10, 2016 […]