Author: Nathan S. Gibson

With deep experience in the temporary staffing industry, Nathan helps companies manage risk, increase compliance, and navigate complex legal requirements. Nathan provides clients with expertise and creative solutions to enhance flexibility and maintain compliance with changing requirements.
Posted in Washington DC

Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia Sues Construction Companies and Labor Brokers for Worker Misclassification Scheme

The Attorney General for the District of Columbia announced a lawsuit against construction companies and labor brokers…

Posted in Massachusetts

Massachusett Attorney General Settles with Uber and Lyft Resulting in Minimium Pay Rates and other Benefitsf for Drivers 

Massachusetts Attorney General Andrea Joy Campbell announced a settlement of litigation with Uber and Lyft which results…

Posted in California

California Governor Announces Changes to Private Attorneys’ General Act (PAGA) 

From JDSupra, Phillip Ebsworth and Andrew Paley discuss changes to the Private Attorneys’ General Act (PAGA) in…

Posted in Arbitration

AAA Makes Changes in Attempt to Reign in Mass Arbitration

From JDSupra, Eric Johnson discusses the changes adopted by the American Arbitration Association (AAA) to addrees the…

Posted in Arbitration

What the Mass Arbitration Trend Means for Your Business and Online Agreements

From Lexology, Zach Lewis and Caren Decter discuss the changes in mass arbitration procedure and fees schedules to reduce…

Posted in California

San Francisco City Attorney Sues Staffing Company for Misclassifying Workers

The City Attorney of San Francisco announced a lawsuit against a staffing firm for misclassifying workers, includng…

Posted in California Illinois Massachusetts

More than 15,750 Arbitration Claims Filed Against Amazon Alleging Drivers Were Misclassified as Independent Contractors

Cohen Milstein announced that more than 15,750 Amazon Flex drivers filed claims for arbitrtion alleging that they…

Posted in Pennsylvania

Worker misclassification hearing focuses on gig economy in Pennsylvania

From The Center Square/ Pennsylvania, Anthony Hennen discusses how Pennsylvania legislators from both parties are concerned about misclassification….

Posted in Misclassification

Don’t Be Fooled: Employers Cannot Circumvent Wage and Hour Rules by Classifying Workers as Contractors! 

From JDSupra, Derrick Earl Anderson. Taviea Carey, and Jean Kuei discuss the importance of classifying workers correctly,…

Posted in Arbitration

California Appeals Court Finds Employer’s Arbitration Agreement With Cost-Sharing and Out-of-State Law Provisions Unconscionable 

From JDSupra, Matthew Craig discusses a recent case in which an arbitration agreement was not enforced because…

Posted in Misclassification

Industries Counteract Class Action Independent Contractor Misclassification Claims

From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses two cases in which workers were found to be independent contractors. Richard…

Posted in Misclassification

Why Employment Counsel Need a Seat at the Table for All M&A Transactions 

From JDSupra, Laura Mallory discusses the importance of having an employment attorney involved in an acquisition to…