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18 Apr 2018, 7:03 am by Joy Waltemath
Portland Terminal Co., which defined “volunteer” as someone who worked “without promise or expectation of compensation, but solely for his personal purpose or pleasure. [read post]
15 Dec 2015, 12:48 pm by Geoffrey Westbrook
Portland Terminal Co. recognized the “special status” of interns and trainees as exempt from wage and hour laws, but Walling, alas, does not provide a clear legal standard. [read post]
30 Sep 2015, 9:52 am by Mays & Kerr LLC
The trial court, following a 1947 US Supreme Court case (Walling v Portland Terminal Co.) and a 2010 guidance document from the US Department of Labor, concluded that the students’ time at Collier benefitted them more than the provider, meaning that they were not employees under the FLSA and not entitled to the pay they sought. [read post]
17 Aug 2015, 12:32 pm by Richard S. Zackin
Portland Terminal Co., a case that involved individuals training to become railroad brakemen, the Second Circuit found that the DOL’s attempts to fit the particular facts of Portland Terminal to all workplaces resulted in a test that was too “rigid. [read post]
20 Jul 2015, 9:34 am by Holland & Hart
Portland Terminal Co., 330 U.S. 148 (1947), the very same 1947 U.S. [read post]