Safe harbor regulations are regulated through the Department of Labor and specify specific actions or conduct that will not be considered a violation of a given law. For example, if your state has a law that disallows reckless driving, it may have a safe harbor regulation that dictates driving 30 miles per hour or less is conclusively considered to not constitute reckless driving. Within the context of business, the law refers to business and financial actions that might otherwise fall into a legal grey area. Ideally, these laws reduce the uncertainty of certain legal laws and provide a consistent basis for fair rulings.
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