Employment

Nancy Noall Discusses the DOL’s Proposed Rule Raising the Minimum Salary Threshold for the White Collar Exemption

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Nancy Noall Discusses the DOL’s Proposed Rule Raising the Minimum Salary Threshold for the White Collar Exemption

Weston Hurd partner Nancy Noall was the keynote speaker at the recent Mahoning Valley Safety Council – Annual Safety Leadership Awards Luncheon. Before an audience of more than 250 people, Nancy’s presentation focused on the Department of Labor’s proposed rule raising the minimum salary threshold for the white collar exemption and the steps businesses should […]

Weston Hurd Attorneys Selected as 2016 Ohio Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Weston Hurd Attorneys Selected as 2016 Ohio Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

Weston Hurd LLP  is pleased to announce the following attorneys have been nominated by their peers and selected as 2016 Ohio Super Lawyers and Rising Stars: 2016 Ohio Super Lawyers Kevin R. Bush – Personal Injury General: Defense Carolyn M. Cappel – Personal Injury General: Defense W. Charles Curley – Civil Litigation: Defense John G. Farnan – Insurance Coverage Gary […]

Manufacturers: Help Is On the Way – Answers for Your Day-To-Day Employment Challenges

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Manufacturers: Help Is On the Way – Answers for Your Day-To-Day Employment Challenges

Weston Hurd attorneys – Morris Hawk, Deirdre Henry, Rema Ina, Donald Jaffe, and Nancy Noall had an opportunity on November 5, to dialog with human resource professionals, business owners and managers at the Wire-Net seminar for manufacturers on the topic of Manufacturers: Help Is On the Way – Answers For Your Day-to-Day Employment Challenges. The […]

ARE YOU A FEDERAL SUBCONTRACTOR WITHOUT EVEN KNOWING IT — REVISITED

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ARE YOU A FEDERAL SUBCONTRACTOR WITHOUT EVEN KNOWING IT — REVISITED

Weston Hurd attorney, Donald Jaffe, discusses President Obama’s recent Executive Order 13706 and what it means to federal contractors and subcontractors. The President has now ordered that, beginning with government contracts on and after January 1, 2017, a contractor or subcontractor will be required to provide paid sick leave for all employees to be earned at […]

DOL’s Proposed Rule to Expand Overtime Coverage Will Increase Labor Costs for Employers

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DOL’s Proposed Rule to Expand Overtime Coverage Will Increase Labor Costs for Employers

On June 30, 2015, the Department of Labor released its proposal to expand coverage under the Fair Labor Standards Act’s overtime rule exemption for certain types of employees.  The proposed rule raises the minimum salary threshold by more than double its current limit for employees who fall under FLSA’s “white collar” employee exemption. 2015 – […]