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Workers Would Gain Leverage to Sue Restaurants in DOL Proposal

The U.S. Labor Department proposed reinstating a longstanding policy, revoked late in the Trump administration, that would require restaurants to pay tipped workers a higher minimum wage when they’re performing work that doesn’t directly generate gratuities.

3M Loses Combat Earplug Defect Trial in Last of Test Cases

A U.S. Army veteran who alleges he used ineffective earplugs made by 3M Co. and its subsidiary Aearo Technologies LLC was awarded $1.7 million in damages from the companies for his hearing loss and tinnitus, a federal jury in Florida decided Friday in the third and last case of a round of test trials.

Would Reforming Section 230 Break the Internet? (Podcast)

Social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter wouldn’t exist in their current form without the legal protections of Section 230. But now many feel those protections are too broad. The first episode of [Un]Common Law’s new series, about regulating social media, focuses on the law that created the internet as we know it.

If Women Still Earn Less, Can Laws Even Fix The Pay Gap?

The two most important laws addressing pay discrimination between genders have been around for more than six decades, yet the pay gap persists. In this video, we look at the laws and court cases used to enforce equal pay for equal work, and discuss what comes next with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, and EEOC Chair Charlotte Burrows.

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