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Appeal of DOL Final Overtime Rule Will Not Be Heard Until At Least The Summer

The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has granted the request of the Department of Labor (DOL) for additional time to file its final reply brief in the pending appeal of a nationwide injunction issued by a Texas District Court Judge, blocking the DOL’s controversial overtime rule raising the required salary level for the white collar exemptions.
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Commissions Cannot be Allocated to Months Outside of Period Earned in Calculating Overtime

The U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of appeals has held that federal law bars allocating a commission payment across weeks that fall outside the period in which the payment was earned.
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Sensitivity to Electromagnetic Voltage Not Covered by ADA

The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has dismissed a former employee’s claim that he was terminated because of his purported disability, “sensitivity to electromagnetic voltage.” The Court held that “sensitivity to electromagnetic voltage” was not a condition protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) because it was not an impairment that “substantially limited” any of his “major life activities.”
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