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Fifth Circuit Stays Persuader Rule Appeal

Posted in Courts, Department of Labor
On June 15, the Fifth Circuit granted the government’s request to stay the appeal while the Department of Labor (“DOL”) decides whether to rescind the “persuader rule” issued under the Obama Administration.  The group of business associations that filed the lawsuit challenging the rule also opposed the stay.  They argued it was necessary to decide… Continue Reading

DOL Intends to Rescind Persuader Rule

Posted in Department of Labor, Rulemaking
After months of waiting and wondering how the new administration would handle the appeal of the nationwide injunction prohibiting enforcement of the Obama Administration’s “persuader rule,” we finally have our answer.  The DOL is proposing to rescind the rule through notice and comment rulemaking.  Thus, on June 2, the DOL, under recently confirmed Secretary Alexander… Continue Reading