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Monthly Archives: August 2015

Court Reinstates Overtime and Minimum Wage Protections for Home Care Workers

On Friday, August 21, 2015, the Obama administration’s regulations granting overtime and minimum wage protection to 2,000,000 home care workers were reinstated by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. The appellate court concluded that the Labor Department’s regulations were justified by the massive changes in the home care industry that have taken place during the last 4 decades. ... Read more »

New York Appellate Court Rules on Wife’s Entitlement to Marital Residence Purchased by Husband Prior to Marriage

Under New York law, property acquired between the date of marriage and the filing for divorce is generally classified as marital. Property owned by one spouse before the marriage is considered that spouse's separate property. However, there are situations where the lines separating marital from separate property are unclear. Some of the most contentious and challenging situation ... Read more »