Cause of Action Asks Federal Court To Reconsider Complaint Filed By Small Business Owner Who Is Being Wrongly Targeted By The Federal Government

This week, CoA filed an opening brief on behalf of Rhea Lana, Inc. The case is now pending in the United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.

Cause of Action Appeals Ruling In Case Of Government Overreach Against Arkansas Small Business Owner

The Department of Labor is hiding behind a false characterization of volunteers as employees

Cause of Action: Time for Department of Labor to Stop Hiding Behind Regulations

Cause of Action opposed the Department of Labor’s motion to dismiss its lawsuit seeking to free the company from DOL’s attempts to ban consignor-volunteers

Reed Rubinstein on The Janine Turner Show 1/7/2014

Reed Rubinstein on The Janine Turner Show about how the Department of Labor discourages entrepreneurship and threatens small businesses

VIDEO: Rhea Lana Riner Appears on Fox Business

How the Department of Labor’s erroneous action discourages entrepreneurship and threatens small businesses.

Bloomberg BusinessWeek: A Franchisor Sues the U.S. Labor Department Over Volunteer Workers

The DOL’s actions could cripple Riner’s business and the “entire consignment industry,”

Arkansas Mom Takes on Big Government

The Department of Labor’s attempt to redefine employees is met with a lawsuit from Cause of Action on behalf of consignment company Rhea Lana’s

Related Documents: Rhea Lana’s v. U.S. Department of Labor

Documents and filings in the Rhea Lana case

Thomas Perez: Justice belabored

Thomas Perez: Justice belabored By Dan Epstein, executive director, Cause of Action – 05/09/13 06:56 PM ET On April 12, the Office of Special Counsel announced it was investigating allegations that B. Todd Jones, nominee to lead the DOJ’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), had retaliated against […]

Department of Labor

FTJ to DOL FOIA Letter RFA Compliance (9 9 2011)