The Department of Labor under new Secretary Alex Acosta is inviting comments from businesses and other groups and individuals on the issue of the department overtime rule. Under the previous administration, the overtime threshold was more than doubled to $47,476, but enjoined by the court in November. Earlier this week, DOL sent a Request for Information (RFI) to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, a precursor to publishing a proposed guideline in the Federal Register. The RFI is the first formal indication that the Trump administration will likely undo the Obama Overtime Rule and likely develop a new overtime standard that isn’t as extreme. We’ll keep you posted on future developments. Similarly, as we’ve advised in the past, the Trump administration has delayed the formal implementation of the menu labeling requirement mandated by ObamaCare until May 7, 2018, while Congress grapples with their efforts to “repeal and replace” the health care mandate. The current open public comment period on the menu labeling requirement ends on Monday, July 3.