Cause of Action to Challenge Unlawful Efforts by Department of Labor in D.C. Circuit

Rhea Lana, Inc. Announces Plan to Appeal Lower Court’s Deference to Agency Overreach

Kansas City Star: Consignment sales’ super bargains make for merry moms

Most sales are still operating because Rhea Lana’s, represented by the advocacy group Cause of Action, filed a lawsuit against the ruling in January.

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

THV11: Rhea Lana controversy continues

Read the full story: THV11 In August, the U.S. Dept. of Labor in August sent Riner a letter, saying Riner’s volunteers are subject to receive pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act.   The D.C. based “Cause of Action” organization filed a lawsuit against the Department Of Labor in January. […]

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,”