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Nathan Schacht Speaks During ACI's 30th National Forum on Wage and Hour Claims and Class Actions

News / June 12, 2017

Nate Schacht spoke about the status of the Department of Labor’s new overtime regulations during a panel discussion entitled “Update on the New DOL Overtime Rules, Crucial Considerations for Companies as These Rules Are in Flux, and How the New Administration Will impact the Future of the Rules.” The two-day CLE seminar was held during the American Conference Institute’s 30th National Forum on Wage & Hour Claims and Class Actions in New York City. 

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