HSE’s F. Paul Greene joins EFPR Group for an upcoming seminar

HSE Partner and Chair of the Privacy and Data Security practice group, F. Paul Greene, will be speaking at a seminar hosted by EFPR Group LLP titled “Information and Cyber Security Responsibilities for Senior Management,” on December 8, 2016.  

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Q&A Teleconference Sessions about the Delayed Federal Overtime Rules

Join Harter Secrest & Emery Labor and Employment Partners Robert C. Weissflach and Amy L. Hemenway for a 30-minute overview and Q&A session about the recent federal overtime rule delay. 

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Federal Salary Changes Delayed; NY Proposed Increases Still in Play

On November 22, 2016, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas granted an emergency request by 21 States for a nationwide preliminary injunction enjoining the United States Department of Labor (Department) from implementing a Final Rule that increased the minimum salary threshold required for status as an exempt executive, administrative or professional employee (EAP employee).

While this development may provide a reprieve for many employers nationwide, its impact on employers in New York is tempered by the New York State Department of Labor’s proposed increase in the minimum salary threshold for exempt executive and administrative employees in New York, effective December 31, 2016. 

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Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Year-End Newsletter

With the end of the calendar year drawing near, this is a good time for employers to conduct a year-end review to make sure their benefit plans are up-to-date and operating in compliance with the law.  In addition, the end of the year brings a number of important deadlines, with others to follow early in 2017. 

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HSE’s F. Paul Greene provides analysis of new DFS regulations for New York Law Journal

F. Paul Greene, chair of HSE’s Privacy and Data Security Practice Group, was featured in the Expert Analysis section of the New York Law Journal on October 24, 2016.

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