The new federal overtime rules take effect on December 1, 2016.
This is the fourth is a series of updates about the legislatures most recent session.
The legislature has passed laws about the Alabama Trails Commission, roads, disposition of state government property, traffic violations, nighttime hunting, children in the justice system, school bus safety, tax credits for creating jobs, polygraph examiners, and captive insurance companies.
The legislature has passed new laws about hearing aids, seeds, tax assessments, ethics, foster care, distilleries, wineries, service dogs, credit unions, education, unborn infants, vulnerable individuals, and state parks.
So far this year, the current legislative session has renewed quite a number of governmental agencies. But other substantive acts have also been passed.
Plaintiff did not appeal decision by federal court.
New law prevents any city or county government from raising the minimum wage above that set by the federal government.
The client wanted to use an unmanned aerial system (UAS or drone) for mapping and surveying, but the FAA has yet to adopt rules for this purpose.
Book-signing party will be held on March 17, 2016.
He regularly represents and advises clients in a wide variety of business-related subjects, from intellectual property and creditor rights to securities and federal government contracting.
The book can preordered from Amazon.
The Huntsville session was held on November 17, 2015, and sponsored by the National Business Institute.
Presentation part of the fall edition of Strategic Innovations--HR Legal Seminar, a program sponsored by the Huntsville-Madison County Chamber of Commerce
Presentation made at the AMIC Roundtable.