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Steven M. Sellers
A unanimous Supreme Court held that steelworkers’ daily donning and doffing of protective gear was not compensable under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The Court rejected the plaintiffs’ contention that the activities were compensable because they did not amount to “changing clothes.”