Tag: Employment Law

Obama Overtime Rule


On December 1, 2016, millions of American workers were slated to receive overtime pay, thanks to the Obama Administration's finalized overtime rule under the Department of Labor. The rule says anyone who makes less than $47,476 per year must receive time-and-a-half pay for ... Read More
March 29, 2018DREW N. HERRMANN
Wages for Interns


According to the Atlanta Business Chronicle, the United States Department of Labor issued new guidelines in January of 2018 designed to provide guidance in determining whether students and interns working jobs at for-profit employers are employees entitled to... Read More
March 16, 2018DREW N. HERRMANN
Texas Employment Lawyers


Agreement Not-to-Compete? Is it Enforceable? What Now? What is a covenant not to compete? Covenants Not to Compete and Non-Solicitation Agreements are becoming increasingly common in Texas. A non-compete or non-solicitation agreement restricts an employee’s post-employment activities and are used to prevent an employee from working in the same trade or industry ... Read More
August 21, 2017DREW N. HERRMANN
Medical Leave


“What is the Family Medical Leave Act?” The Family Medical Leave Act, or as it is commonly known as “FMLA” leave, is a law entitling specifically defined employees with up to 12 weeks of job-protected leave per year. The FMLA was enacted to help establish a leave policy for employees ... Read More
July 17, 2017DREW N. HERRMANN