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School Golf Coach ‘Volunteer’ Under FLSA (access required)

A safety specialist for the Fairfax County school system, who also served as a high-school varsity golf coach, was properly deemed a “volunteer” under the Fair Labor Standards Act, and the 4th Circuit upholds dismissal of the coach’s suit for overtime pay. The FLSA does not itself define “volunteer,” but pursuant to a DOL regulation promulgated ...

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