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The DOL’s Overtime, Tipped Worker, and Fiduciary Rules, the EEOC’s Wage Data Collection and “Wellness” Regulations, and the NLRB’s Joint Employer Rule all have been challenged and/or reversed. How do these lawsuits and the rules they defend (or attack) affect our clients and our practices? What new challenges and opportunities do they present? What other rules and regulations are open to administrative attack? What can be done to address such future assaults?
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Catherine K. Ruckelshaus Catherine K. Ruckelshaus is General Counsel at the National Employment Law Project in New York City, where she leads a Legal Department fighting to support workers' rights and economic security for all who work in our country. Her primary areas of...MoreCatherine K. Ruckelshaus is General Counsel at the National Employment Law Project in New York City, where she leads a Legal Department fighting to support workers' rights and economic security for all who work in our country. Her primary areas of expertise on behalf of low-wage workers are the labor and employment rights of low-wage contingent and immigrant workers, and the barriers those workers face in gaining access to baseline job protections. Ms. Ruckelshaus co-founded the National Wage & Hour Clearinghouse, a network of attorneys and advocates from legal services, the private bar, academia and government, dedicated to advancing labor standards for all workers, and regularly convenes national allies to promote state and federal public agency enforcement reforms in the workers' rights arena. Ms. Ruckelshaus has litigated and written amicus briefs in most federal circuits and the U.S. Supreme Court on wage and hour and low-wage worker topics, and regularly provides testimony to Congress and state legislatures, as well as comments in the national media on these issues. Ms. Ruckelshaus is a graduate of Princeton University and Stanford Law School. Collapse
Dara S. Smith Dara Smith is a staff attorney at AARP Foundation Litigation. Her work at AARP Foundation has primarily focused on age and disability discrimination against older workers. Dara previously worked at the U.S. Department of Justice, first as an attorney...MoreDara Smith is a staff attorney at AARP Foundation Litigation. Her work at AARP Foundation has primarily focused on age and disability discrimination against older workers. Dara previously worked at the U.S. Department of Justice, first as an attorney advisor for an administrative law judge who adjudicated cases involving immigration-related unfair employment practices, and later as a trial attorney at the Civil Division at the Office of Immigration Litigation and the Appellate Staff section, serving as lead counsel in federal cases in the Courts of Appeals. Dara also taught Scholarly Writing and Legal Research and Writing at George Washington University Law School. Dara earned a B.A. in linguistics and cultural anthropology at the University of Michigan and her J.D. at George Washington University Law School. She is originally from College Station, Texas, and she holds a second degree black belt in taekwondo. Collapse
June 28, 2018
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
Legal Resistance To Efforts To Undermine Obama-Era Regulatory Initiatives - Audio
Legal Resistance To Efforts To Undermine Obama-Era Regulatory Initiatives - Paper
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