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Home Health Aides Beat Bid to Toss Overtime Allegations

Home health aides may move forward with their wage-and-hour suit after a federal judge in Connecticut ruled a valid Labor Department rule blocked their employer from invoking a “live-in” exemption to minimum wage and overtime requirements.

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The Shadow Docket and How the Supreme Court Uses It Now

The Supreme Court's Shadow Docket has been getting a lot of attention lately. In this video, we explain what the Shadow Docket is, why it exists, and how to make it more transparent.

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