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Save the date - October 19, 2016
A meeting for owners, principals and HR people only
Mark your calendars now for October 19. More details to come.
Join us at the Yarmouth House Restaurant for Attorney Mike Foley's presentation on new employment laws.

Employment law presentation on the new Department of Labor regulations that govern us all
Mike Foley from Foley & Foley, PC will explain all the hype surrounding the long-awaited and much-debated “White Collar” regulations that take affect 12/1/16.
This is complicated stuff because the risk is not limited to the Fair Labor Standards Act. Massachusetts has its own unique wage and hour regulations. Massachusetts recognizes some but not all of the exemptions and tests recognized by the FLSA. The stakes are high. 
The DOL has already set up field offices in every state and is conducting random audits. The fines associated with these audits would hurt. In addition to unpaid overtime, misclassification of employees can result in liquidated damages, equitable relief and reimbursement of attorneys’ fees. 
Mike will explain what this all means and provide his recommendations on how each of us can achieve compliance.
About the speaker

Michael E. Foley has been representing public and private sector employers, large and small, for profit and not-for-profit, in all matters of labor and employment law for more than 27 years. Over the years, in different capacities, he has come to know and has advised several hundred businesses/ employers in countless situations throughout the Commonwealth, New England and the nation.
Mike brings a unique prospective to the practice having served as both outside counsel and in-house counsel. Before he opened the door at Foley & Foley PC, he served as an equity partner and Chairman of the Labor Relations, Employment Litigation, and Employee Benefit Law Practice Groups at two major New England Law Firms and served as the General Counsel for Employment Affairs for an award winning health care system.
In 2007 Mike founded Foley & Foley PC, hired a talented and seasoned team, and established a law firm that prides itself on its responsiveness, creative problem solving, positive results, and client friendly fees. He has been admitted to the bar in 16 sates. He received his bachelor's degree from University of Massachusetts - Amherst and his law degree from Western New England School of Law.
Mike’s unique background has put him in the position of experiencing first hand pressures and challenges that most attorneys never encounter. Mike draws on the breadth of his experience to offer employers an uncommon approach and practical solutions. Clients retain Mike to work in a variety of capacities including legal advisor, advocate, negotiator, strategic planner, problem solver, trainer and spokesperson.
Foley & Foley’s clients and business interests are local, regional and national and include small to large companies in a wide variety of business sectors. The Firm’s services include employment matters, labor relations, all aspects of litigation, employee retirement plan design and compliance, and state and federal immigration law.
Cape Cod Marine Trades Assoc.  |  335 Lower County Road P.O. Box 445  |  Harwich Port, MA 02646  |
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