Month: November 2020

Posted in Pennsylvania

Medical Interpreters Deemed Employees Not Independent Contractors: The Detrimental Effect Of Non-Compete Agreements! 

From JDSupra, Mark Tabakman discusses a recent case in Pennsylvania in which interpreters were found to be…

Posted in Misclassification

Independent Contractor vs. Employee: Federal Appeals Court Instructs How to Structure Physician Agreements To Avoid Misclassification

From JDSupra, Megan U’Sellis discusses a recent case in which the court said a doctor was an…

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Posted in Misclassification

Oil Field Workers Engaged by Various Staffing Agencies Are Certified for Misclassification Class Action Against Oil and Gas Company 

From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses a case in which oil field workers engaged as independent contractors by…

Posted in Misclassification

The Confusing Nature of the Biden Plan for Independent Contractor Misclassification

From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses the inconsistencies in the Biden plan for independent contractors. Richard writes: President-elect…

Posted in Misclassification

The Election Is Over—Now What? Understanding the Biden Administration’s Policy Priorities 

From JDSupra, Emily Erlingsson, Brian Finch, Elizabeth Vella Moeller, Matthew Oresman, and Craig Saperstein discuss on what…

Posted in Misclassification

Future of Workplace Law Under President-Elect Joe Biden

From The National Law Review, Francis P. Alvarez, Jeffrey W. Brecher, Laura A. Mitchell, Joy Napier-Joyce, Michael…

Posted in ABC California

California and San Francisco ballot measures raise important worker classification issues

From JDSupra, Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP discuss two ballot measures – Proposition 22 which applies to all…

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Posted in Misclassification

What Can The Gig Economy Expect Under President Biden? 

From JDSupra, Richard Meneghello discusses what a Biden administration might have in store for the gig economy….

Posted in Missouri

Bow-Wow: Court Finds Pet Sitters Are Employees, Not Independent Contractors

From JDSupra, Mark Tabakman discusses a case in Missouri in which pet sitters were found to be employees….

Posted in ABC California

“Yes” on Prop 22 in California Brings Relief to Rideshare and App Delivery Services; Legal Challenges Will Continue Under Federal and Other State Laws 

From JDSupra, Richhard Reibstein The results are in. Voters in California don’t want their rideshare and app-based…

Posted in ABC California

Passage of Proposition 22 Provides Independent Contractor Exemption for Uber, Lyft, and Other Online-Based Transportation Businesses

From JDSupra, Jack Schaedel  and Jamin Xu provide a terrific summary of Proposition 22 and its impact….

Posted in California

What Uber, Lyft Prop 22 win means for future of all freelance work

From CNBC, Eric Rosenbaum discusses the implications of voters passing Proposition 22, the California ballot measure that…