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Pennsylvania Fines Roofing Contractor for  Misclassification

The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry fined a roofing company for misclassifying workers as independent contractors….

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Court Says Statute Allows California Financial Broker ito be Independent Contractor

From AdvisorHub, Miriam Rozen discusses a case in which a California appeals court relied on an exception…

Posted in Arbitration

9th Circuit Says Arbitration Clause Did Not Cover Privacy Claims by Independent Contractor Drivers 

From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses a recent decision by the 9th Circuit Cout of Appeals that said…

Posted in Misclassification

Ensuring Your Independent Contractors Don’t ‘Deliver’ Wisconsin Unemployment Insurance Tax Liability

From JDSupra, Emily Jones discusses a recent case in which the Wisconsin Court of Appeals said that…

Posted in Misclassification

The U.S. Department of Labor Intensifies Scrutiny of Wage and Hour Violations in the Home and Health Care Industry 

From JDSupra, Angelo Spinola provides an update on the United States Department of Labor’s initiative to focus…

Posted in Misclassification

Steps You Can Take To Avoid Worker Misclassification

From Forbes, Ginny Hogan provides an overview of worker misclassification issues including industries in which misclassification is…

Posted in Misclassification

The Show Must Go On: Entertainer-Employee Classification Takes Center Stage for Venues

From JDSupra, Andrew Adams and Anthony Panebianco discuss how important it is for venues to understand the…

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Posted in Misclassification

Hospitals May Risk Penalties with Use of “Gig” Nurses

From JDSupra, Daniel (Danny) Simandl and Erin Sutton discuss the risks of using apps to engage with…

Posted in Misclassification

Staffing Companies and Their Clients: A Possible Disaster Brewing Because Of Independent Contractor Misclassification 

From JDSupra, Mark Tabakman discusses the risks to companies of using staffing agencies if a staffing agency…

Posted in ABC California

Gig Workers: 2, California: 0 in Ongoing Fight for Independent Contractor Status 

From JDSupra, David Gobel and Anthony Oncidi discuss a recent decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of…

Posted in Arbitration

Drafting Arbitration Clauses: An Institutional Perspective 

From JDSupra, Pragya Sharma offers terrific guidance for drafting arbitration agreements. Pragya writes: Back in 2015, as…

Posted in California

Emerging healthcare gig economy: an Uber driver in scrubs

From Capitol Weekly, Brian Crone, the owner of The Law Office of Brian Crone, an attorney specializing…