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First Thursday, September 2016

Will discusses two very important recent cases. The first is a donning and doffing FLSA case out of New York – Perez v. City of New York, 2016 WL 4087216 (2nd Cir. 2016) – and the other involves a change in California;s law on pension reductions – Marin Association of Public Employees v. Marin County Employees’ Retirement Association, 2016 WL 4379316 (Cal. App. 2016). Other cases discussed this month:…

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First Thursday, June 2016

This month’s topics: New FLSA Exemption Rules Are Finally Announced The EEOC, The ADA, And Leave Incident Reports May Not (Or May) Be Protected By Garrity, United States v. Smith, 2016 WL 1719267 (11th Cir. 2016) Selling Shoes On E-Bay Not ‘Misconduct’ Disqualifying Trooper From Unemployment, Huff v. North Carolina Department of Commerce, 2016 WL 1335344 (N.C. App. 2016) Deeply Divided Illinois Supreme Court Overturns Rule Shielding Fire, Police,…

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First Thursday, April 2016

Will discusses the impact of a divided Supreme Court’s Friedrichs decision upholding the constitutionality of “fair share,” and important decision on tattoo policy and impact bargaining out of Chicago, and more. Listen Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association Arbitrator Overturns Chicago PD’s Ban On Tattoos, Fraternal Order of Police, Chicago Lodge No. 7, No. 129-15-007 (Jacalyn Zimmerman, 2016) The FLSA, Comp Time, And Bargaining, Muttontown Police Benevolent Association, 49 PERB…

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First Thursday, October 2015

Topics discussed in this month’s podcast include: The Negotiability Of A Disciplinary Matrix, Middletown Borough Police Officers Association, 47 PPER ¶ 30 (Penn. LRB 2015) Acquittal In Criminal Case Does Not Mean Firefighter Could Not Be Fired, City of Seattle, (Lankford 2015) Deputy Sheriff Can Be Fired For Conduct While On Unpaid Leave, Negron v. Los Angeles County Civil Service Commission, 2015 WL 5146622 (Cal. App. 2015) Court Rejects…

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First Thursday, August 2015

Topics discussed in this month’s podcast include: The ‘Firefighter’s Rule’ Marches On, Nagy v. Arsenault, 2015 WL 3685212 (Conn. Super. 2015) Payroll System Failures No Defense To FLSA Violation, Souryavongv. Lackawanna County, 2015 WL 3409472 (M.D. Pa. 2015) Administrative Leave Can Last Too Long, City of Waltham v. Waltham Police Patrol Officers’ Union, 2015 WL 3755905 (Mass. App. 2015) Union Entitled To Copy Of Complaint Against Member, Foothill De…

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First Thursday, July 2015

Topics discussed in this month’s podcast include: Supreme Court To Hear Case Threatening Public Employee Unions, Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association No Right For Non-Members To Vote On Contract, AFSCME Council 25 v. Yunkman, 2015 WL 3505668 (Mich. App. 2015) The Department of Labor Issues Draft FLSA Exemptions Regulation Health Care Cashback, Merit Pay Must Be Included In FLSA Overtime Rate, Callahan v. City of Sanger, 2015 WL 2455419…

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First Thursday, March 2015

In this month’s podcast, Will discusses another public safety employee losing her job because of Facebook, two FLSA cases, an important firefighter staffing opinion and a new Weingarten case out of California Here are the case citations: Sergeant Loses Job Over Facebook ‘Rant’, Graziosi v. City of Greenville, Mississippi, 2015 WL 148998 (Fifth Cir. 2015) ‘Pure Gap Time’ Is Not Compensable Under The FLSA, Whenry v. Board of Commissioners,…

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U.S. Top Court Rejects Worker Pay For Security-Screening Time

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday handed a victory to employers over worker compensation, ruling that companies do not have to pay employees for the time they spend undergoing security checks at the end of their shifts in a case involving an Amazon.com Inc warehousing contractor. The court decided by a 9-0 vote that employees of Integrity Staffing Solutions facilities in Nevada, where Amazon merchandise is processed and shipped,…

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Q&A Podcast #6: Comp Time Requests

Does the employee or the employer bear the burden of filling a shift if a comp time request requires overtime hire back? Download audio file (Right click, select “Save As”) Use this link to play on iPhones and iPads Subscribe to LRIS Q&A by email Subscribe on iTunes

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