Tag: Fair Labor Standards Act

Supreme Court Rules No Pay for Passing Through Security Screenings

The Supreme Court has ruled that these employees are not required to be compensated for their time spent submitting to security screenings at work. (Getty Images) Jesse Busk and Laurie Castro worked at warehouses filling Amazon.com orders. Their employer, Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc., required its hourly workers to undergo a security screening before leaving the warehouse each

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Supreme Court Preview for Cities

Even though the Supreme Court’s next term won’t officially begin until October 6, the Court has already accepted about 40 of the 70 or so cases it will decide in the upcoming months. For a more detailed summary of all the cases the Court has accepted so far affecting cities, read the State and Local

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Paid to Wait: Supreme Court to Decide

Amicus briefs argue the sky is falling.  More specifically, amicus briefs often argue that a case is going to lead to a lot more litigation and cost someone a lot of money.  Sometimes the sky really isn’t falling or it is really hard to prove the sky might fall soon. But in Integrity Staffing Solutions

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