• Liam McMillin
    Posts by Liam H. McMillin
    Attorney

    Liam McMillin is a member of the Firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group, where his practice focuses primarily on employment litigation, and general advice and counsel. Among others, Liam has experience defending employers ...

I’m in my office, talking with Tommy about the terrible MLS schedule. He thinks FCC should not be playing in the knockout stage of CONCACAF to begin the season; “put that game mid-season, we score 3 or 4 goals in the first leg.” Then, I get a call from a client who just fired an employee. Let’s call him Johnny. Johnny was fired for being a bad ...

Seems like every other day we hear about some company calling employees back to the office. Some go better than others. I am not the first person to say this, but we’re entering and setting up camp in a new era of work. Employers and employees have to ask themselves where they want to work and why that’s important.

When you watch or read some of these ...

By: Liam McMillin and Tommy Rogers*

This week, the Department of Labor (DOL) proposed an increase to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s (FLSA) annual salary threshold from $35,568 to $55,068. The proposed rule could require overtime pay for considerably more workers than under the current law, or would require employers to increase salaries to ...

By: Liam McMillin and Tommy Rogers*

There seems to be a lot of news these days involving non-compete agreements. Many companies are wondering whether their current non-competes are still enforceable, or if they should put a new one in place. Here’s the long-and-short:

In 2023, non-competes seem to be on the chopping block, but nothing has ...

On January 5, 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a proposed rule to ban all non-compete clauses in employment contracts. The rule would ban employers from using such clauses going forward, but would also allow employees with existing non-competes to rescind, or cancel, those clauses.

The proposal comes after the FTC found ...

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