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First Bankers Trust Services pays $15.75M to resolve alleged ESOP fiduciary violations
By Pamela Wolf, J.D. Under an agreement with the Labor Department to resolve three lawsuits, First Bankers Trust Services Inc. (FBTS) will pay $15.75 million to resolve allegations that it violated ER
Under amended MCA, managers driving small vehicles to fill in for regular drivers can get overtime
By Lorene D. Park, J.D. Though professional motor carriers like the employer in this wage hour suit are generally exempt from the FLSA’s requirement that employers pay overtime wages, Congress in 2008
Overtime claims of in-house staffing agency workers revived for sales but not account management roles
By Lorene D. Park, J.D. For the first time addressing the FLSA’s administrative exemption in the staffing company employee context, a divided Sixth Circuit concluded that three in-house employees for