What Law Firms Said About Revising Obama's Overtime Rule

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The U.S. Labor Department has big decisions to make about regulations that will determine the overtime eligibility of millions of U.S. workers. Here's a snapshot of what a handful of U.S. law firms and advocacy groups—representing management and employees—told the Labor Department about what the agency should do.

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