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Elizabeth P. Johnson, shareholder and Lindsay M. Massillon associate Fowler White Burnett Elizabeth P. Johnson and Lindsay M. Massillon, Fowler White Burnett

On Sept. 11, the Department of Labor  issued a temporary rule that revises the department’s April 1 regulations implementing the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. These revisions are in direct response to the ruling by a U.S. district judge in New York invalidating certain provisions of the April 1 temporary rule that created uncertainty for employers and practitioners nationwide.

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