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Jessica Pecoraro and Mari Kaluza Author Article on Overtime Regulations for Minnesota Lawyer

June 23, 2014

Maslon attorneys Jessica Pecoraro and Mari Kaluza authored an article on the recent presidential memorandum revising overtime regulations, titled "Obama orders update of overtime regulations," for the June 23, 2014, issue of Minnesota Lawyer. The article provides a full analysis of the President’s March 13 memorandum to update the Fair Labor Standards Act’s overtime regulations, particularly for executive, administrative, and professional employees.

Jessica and Mari detail President Obama’s instructions to revise the regulations, the likely changes to the regulations, and the process for the revised regulations to become effective that is expected to take a year or longer. They advise that "it is essential that employers continue to monitor and stay informed of these developments."

To read the full article, go to: Minnesota Lawyer (subscription required.)

Jessica S. Pecoraro is the head of Maslon's Labor & Employment Group. She works with employers to obtain solutions in various types of employment disputes and counsels employers in numerous aspects of employment law. She regularly drafts articles to assist employers in complying with employment and labor law standards. Jessica has also been a contributing editor to the Developing Labor Law, a nationally renowned labor law treatise.

Mari Kaluza is a member of Maslon's Labor & Employment Group. She counsels employers on a broad range of employment issues, and represents employers in administrative proceedings and through various stages of litigation. She also has prepared articles and presentations for employers on a variety of employment-related topics, including wage and hour compliance, discrimination, harassment, leaves of absence, non-compete agreements, and significant changes or developments in the law.


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