Month: August 2016

In Preparing for the FLSA Salary Increase, the Fluctuating Workweek

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08/21/2016Bibeau Anne G.

Method and BELO Contract may not be Right for your Business LAW TIPS By now, you all are aware that on December 1, 2016, the salary threshold for the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) white collar exemptions is about to jump to $47,476 per year. With estimates that 4.1 million workers will become non-exempt as… Read more »

Federal Aviation Administration Finalizes Rules For Commercial Use Of Drones

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08/20/2016Rixey, James B.

[DISPLAY_ULTIMATE_PLUS] LAW TIPS Authored by Attorney Jay Rixey, jrixey@vanblacklaw.com, 757-446-8600 The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently finalized the first operational rules, to be effective on August 29, 2016, governing the routine commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), also known as drones. The new regulations – codified at Part 107 of the Federal Aviation… Read more »

Who do you think is a Longshoreman?

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08/15/2016Bilisoly, F. Nash

THE SEARCH BEGINS: THE IMPACT OF PRIOR LEGISLATION, LEGAL DECISIONS AND DOL INTERPRETATIONS OF THE ACT The Impact of Prior Legislation, Legal Decisions and DOL Interpretations of the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act Presented by F. Nash Bilisoly of Vandeventer Black, LLP Personal injury recovery in maritime law is inseparably linked to the status of… Read more »