Exempt or Non-Exempt: The New USDOL Regulations - A Conversation with M. Patricia Smith, Solicitor of Labor

The US Department of Labor has issued its long awaited overtime rules, making an estimated 5 million Americans eligible for overtime pay.  Business groups, who have offered significant input and requests for changes since the proposed rules were announced, say they are too rigid and will limit opportunities for employees, as well as cause employers to reduce people’s hours in order to pay for the additional expense.  Workers’ advocates believe the regulations are overdue and will help exploited employees gain parity in the workplace.

Join us for a discussion of the new regulations and how implementation will affect your clients:

  • M. Patricia Smith, USDOL Solicitor of Labor
  • Allan Bloom, Partner, Proskauer Rose LLP
  • Rachel Bien, Partner, Outten & Golden LLP

When: Friday, June 17, 2016
8:30 am - Registration & Breakfast
9:00 am-11:00am - Program
Where: Cornell ILR NYC Conference Center
16 East 34th Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10016
Fee: $150 (includes materials and continental breakfast)
CLE Credit: 2.0 NYS CLEs - Professional Practice (Transitional and Non-Transitional)
Cosponsored by Proskauer Rose LLP




DOL Resources

>Comparison Table: Current Regulations, Proposed Rules, and Final Rule
>Defining and Delimiting the Exemptions for Executive, Administrative, Professional, Outside Sales and Computer Employees: A Rule by the Wage and Hour Division on 5/23/16; Final Rule
>Fact Sheet 17R: Administrative Duties Test: Court Decision
>Fact Sheet: Final Rule to Update the Regulations Defining and Delimiting the Exemption for Executive, Administrative, and Professional Employees, May 2016
>Final Rule: Overtime Questions and Answers
>Overtime for White Collar Workers Overview and Summary of Final Rule
Guidance for Employers
>Guidance for Private Employers on Changes to the White Collar Exemptions in the Overtime Final Rule, May 18, 2016
>Small Entity Compliance Guide to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s “White Collar” Exemptions
Guidance for Higher Education
>Fact Sheet: Overtime Final Rule and Higher Education
>Guidance for Higher Education Institutions on Paying Overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act, May 18, 2016
Guidance for Nonprofits
>Fact Sheet: Overtime Final Rule and the Non-Profit Sector
>Guidance for Non-Profit Organizations on Paying Overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act, May 18, 2016
Guidance for State and Local Governments
>Fact Sheet: Overtime Final Rule and State and Local Governments
Whitehouse.gov Resource
>State-By-State Breakdowns of Workers Affected by Department of Labor’s Final Overtime Regulation