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Title 29Subtitle BChapter VSubchapter BPart 790


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER V—WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

SUBCHAPTER B—STATEMENTS OF GENERAL POLICY OR INTERPRETATION NOT DIRECTLY RELATED TO REGULATIONS

PART 790—GENERAL STATEMENT AS TO THE EFFECT OF THE PORTAL-TO-PORTAL ACT OF 1947 ON THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT OF 1938

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General

§790.1
Introductory statement.
§790.2
Interrelationship of the two acts.

Provisions Relating to Certain Activities Engaged in by Employees on or After May 14, 1947

§790.3
Provisions of the statute.
§790.4
Liability of employer; effect of contract, custom, or practice.
§790.5
Effect of Portal-to-Portal Act on determination of hours worked.
§790.6
Periods within the “workday” unaffected.
§790.7
“Preliminary” and “postliminary” activities.
§790.8
“Principal” activities.
§790.9
“Compensable *  *  * by an express provision of a written or nonwritten contract.”
§790.10
“Compensable *  *  * by a custom or practice.”
§790.11
Contract, custom or practice in effect “at the time of such activity.”
§790.12
“Portion of the day.”

Defense of Good Faith Reliance on Administrative Regulations, etc.

§790.13
General nature of defense.
§790.14
“In conformity with.”
§790.15
“Good faith.”
§790.16
“In reliance on.”
§790.17
“Administrative regulation, order, ruling, approval, or interpretation.”
§790.18
“Administrative practice or enforcement policy.”
§790.19
“Agency of the United States.”

Restrictions and Limitations on Employee Suits

§790.20
Right of employees to sue; restrictions on representative actions.
§790.21
Time for bringing employee suits.
§790.22
Discretion of court as to assessment of liquidated damages.

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