Month: June 2019

Posted in Tennessee

Tennessee Adopts 20-Factor Test in Independent Contractor Analysis 

From JDSupra, Adam Lounsbury, Suellen Oswald, and James Stock report that Tennessee has enacted a new law…

Posted in Arbitration

Time To Revisit Arbitration Agreements: Employers Dealt A Blow By Unanimous Labor Board 

From Lexology,  Samantha Bononno, Reyburn W. Lominack III and Rick Grimaldi discuss a recent decision that should lead employers to…

Posted in Misclassification

Time For A Checkup On Independent Workforce Arrangements |

From JDSupra, Adam L. Lounsbury, and Brendan Sweeney review recent developments relating to classifying workers as independent…

Posted in Arbitration California

Ninth Circuit upholds arbitration provision testing the “outer limits” of what constitutes an enforceable arbitration agreement 

From JDSupra, James Bogan III discusses a recent case with the “outer limits” of what is a…

Posted in Arbitration California

California District Court says payday lender’s arbitration provision is unconscionable 

From Lexology, Buckley LLP reports on a decision in which an arbitration was found to be unenforceable….

Posted in Misclassification

Physician not a Hospital “Employee” for Title VII Purpose

From The National Law Review, Rachel L. Berry discusses a recent case in which a physician at a…

Posted in California

Phlebotomists Settle Misclassification Case

From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses a recent case in which phlebotomists settled a claim alleging that they…

Posted in Arbitration California

California Appeals Court Finds Arbitration Agreement with Independent Contractor Unenforceable

From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses a recent case in California in which an arbitration agreement was unconscionable…

Posted in Wyoming

The rise and targeting of the independent contractor 

The Daily Reporter provides guidance for Wisconsin employers to help them classify workers properly as employees on…

Posted in Arbitration New Jersey

Enforcing An Arbitration Agreement When The Federal Arbitration Act Does Not Apply 

From Lexology, Jed L. Marcus discusses two New Jersey cases which focused on whether arbitration agreements could…

Posted in Misclassification

Employee Or Independent Contractor? It Depends On Why You’re Asking

From Mondaq, Azita Iskandar provides an excellent analysis of the classification of a worker as an employee…

Posted in Arbitration New Jersey

Arbitration Agreement For Company’s Transport Workers Enforceable Under New Jersey Law, Court Rules 

From JDSupra, Joshua Allen, Carlyle Edwards-Balfour, and James McDonnell discuss a recent case in which transportation workers in…