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Nathan Schacht Quoted by Law Week Colorado Regarding Labor Laws Affecting Energy Companies Facing Cutbacks

News / April 30, 2015

Associate Nathan Schacht is quoted in the April 27, 2015, issue of Law Week Colorado, in an article headlined “Dropping Oil Prices Drag Down O&G Employment.” Schacht discusses the fluctuations in oil and gas industry and reminds energy companies of regulations, including wage-and-hour laws and the WARN Act, that may be connected to reduction in force decisions. He stresses that employers need to properly prepare for closures and cutbacks in hours.

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