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July 15, 2024

SCOTUS Discards the Chevron Doctrine: What’s Next for Federal Agency Regulations Impacting the Workplace?

The U.S. Supreme Court recently handed down one of the most significant decisions in decades. In Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo, a case involving a little-known National Marine Fisheries Service regulation, SCOTUS overturned the Chevron doctrine, and in so doing, removed the forty-year old legal foundation that many federal agencies relied upon when promulgating their regulations. In this first of several podcasts to examine the impact of Loper Bright in various industries and practice groups, Labor & Employment Practice Group member Logan C. Hibbs joins Briefly Legal to discuss the two-step test used to determine the amount of deference given to federal agencies when determining the validity of agency regulations under the now defunct Chevron doctrine, and the potential impacts the Court’s ruling in Loper Bright could have on ongoing litigation involving workplace regulations including, the Department of Labor’s (DOL) new Rule on wage requirements for exempt workers under the Fair Labor Standards Act, the National Labor Relations Board’s joint-employer rule, and the DOL’s new Rule on who is an independent contractor and who is an employee.

About Logan C. Hibbs

Additional Resources Chevron Overruled – What Does this Mean for Employers?

 


March 21, 2024

You Had Me at Pub Crawl: Previewing the PowHR 2024 OKHR Conference

For the second year in a row, Oklahoma Human Resources State Council (OKHR) Director Kristi Spaethe joins Briefly Legal for a preview of the PowHR 2024 OKHR Conference. This year, the conference travels back up the Turner Turnpike with all the action taking place at the Hyatt Regency Downtown Tulsa, April 16-18, 2024. Kristi and Adam discuss this year’s tailored breakout sessions and keynote speakers (Greg HawksJovan Glasgow, and Jennifer McClure), and highlight several of the after-hours events planned for attendees, including HR’s Got Talent, an “anything goes” talent show, and Pub PowHR, a pub crawl through downtown Tulsa. As the Premier Presenting Sponsor, our Labor & Employment Practice Group members are excited to present the latest developments in employment law. Make sure to stop by our booth in the vendor hall for a chance to win great prizes.

About Kristi Spaethe

Additional Resources PowHR 2024 OKHR Conference

 


February 7, 2024

New Practice Group Offers Clients a Seat at the Table

Our clients often face governmental, legislative, and regulatory challenges that require strategic advice at the local, state, and federal government level. To meet our clients’ needs, Crowe & Dunlevy launched the Government Relations, Legislative & Regulatory Affairs Practice Group to provide businesses and non-profits with guidance on a variety of governmental and political issues. In this episode of Briefly Legal, Practice Group Co-chairs Glen D. Johnson and Will Hoch discuss the decades of experience the team has interacting with the legislature, congress, and various administrative bodies, and the importance of engaging a trusted partner that offers substantive knowledge and real-world experience to ensure your voice is heard.

About Glen D. Johnson and Will Hoch

Additional Information Crowe & Dunlevy Launches Comprehensive Government Relations, Legislative & Regulatory Affairs Practice

 

 


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