Taft attorneys Bob Dunlevey and Nadia Lampton were published in the Feb. 25 online edition of the Dayton Region Manufacturers Association newsletter. The article "Legally Speaking: What the New Federal Overtime Rules REALLY Did!" suggests employers should consider doing an audit of current practices and operations to determine whether or not they are compliant with the new federal overtime rules.
Dunlevey and Lampton are attorneys in the Employment & Labor Relations practice in the Dayton office. Dunlevey focuses his practice on assisting business owners with employment-related issues, including wage-hour compliance, wrongful discharge defense and regulatory compliance, collective bargaining, OSHA, workers' compensation, EEOC and NLRB proceedings and federal and state court litigation. Lampton advises business owners and management in all aspects of labor and employment, including employee hiring and termination, employment agreements, handbooks and personnel policies, wrongful discharge defense, workplace investigations, harassment, discrimination, wage-hour and regulatory compliance, collective bargaining, OSHA, EEOC and NLRB proceedings, non-compete litigation and federal and state court litigation.
The Dayton Region Manufacturers Association (DRMA) is the voice for the region’s manufacturing industry. DRMA is a catalyst of innovation, a builder of partnerships and a champion for education to keep manufacturing in the Dayton region moving forward. The DRMA has helped preserve the vitality of the region’s manufacturing base by fostering cooperation and competition and by adapting to a continually evolving marketplace.