- Blog PostDOL proposes increase to exempt salary level threshold
Annual salary level to qualify for exempt status could potentially move from $35,568 to $55,068 per year for white-collar exemption positions.
- Blog PostSupply chain litigation and what to expect when your supply chain stops
Insights from McDonald Hopkins' manufacturing and supply chain team on how to best position your company if you are faced with costly and lengthy litigation due to a supply disruption.
- Blog PostNew 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals decision further opens the door for class action data breach lawsuits to proceed without the need for showing tangible harm
A recent decision by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York might mean big consequences for companies experiencing data breaches.
Recent News & Legal Updates
Mitchell Capp, an Associate in Detroit who focuses primarily on business counseling and litigation, was recently featured in Lawyer Minds, an online publication that profiles lawyers who have built successful law practices, created novel new legal theories, donated thousands of hours to pro bono work and obtained impressive trial results on behalf of their clients.
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A new regulation for the safe transfer of any personal data of UK individuals relevant to the UK-US Data Bridge has been set under the UK Extension to the EU-US Data Privacy Framework, with a start date of October 12, 2023.
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India recently passed its long-awaited Digital Personal Data Protection Act. It is an expansive law with carve-outs that provide rights for individuals and obligations on organizations operating under its purview.
- NewsAs cyberattacks continue to threaten businesses, McDonald Hopkins continues to add talent to its Data Privacy and Cybersecurity team
McDonald Hopkins continues to strengthen and diversify its national Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice Group with the addition of Joseph McNelis III, who joins the firm as Counsel.
McDonald Hopkins labor and employment attorney Jennifer Phillips provided insight to News 5 Cleveland on how the UAW's strike strategy could negatively impact workers.
- Blog PostCraft brewer freedom: Ohio Craft Brewer Freedom Act seeks to exempt craft brewers from restrictive franchise law
Senator Andrew Brenner recently introduced the Ohio Craft Brewer Freedom Act – a law intended to allow small craft brewers to negotiate with distributors outside of the constrains of the Ohio Alcoholic Beverages Franchise Act.