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 Arbitration

The End of California’s Anti-Arbitration Statute: Ninth Circuit Holds AB 51 is Preempted by the FAA 

From JDSupra, Deisy Castro and Chris Jalian discuss the decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals…

Posted in Arbitration California

Federal Appeals Court Blocks California’s Ban on Mandatory Arbitration Agreements: 7 Key Takeaways for Employers

From JDSupra, Anet Drapalski, Benjamin Ebbink, and Hannah Sweiss discuss the implications of the recent Ninth Circuit…

Posted in Arbitration California

Ninth Circuit Delivers Employers a Valentine – Blocks California’s Bar to Mandatory Employment Arbitration Agreements 

From JDSupra, Dan Forman discusses the recent decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that California’s…

Posted in New Jersey

Open House on Classification of Commissioned Real Estate Salespeople? New Jersey Court Rules ABC Test Does Not Apply for State Wage Payment Claims

From JDSupra, Christie Pazdzierski and Rachel Seaton Brownell discuss a recent case in which the court said…

Posted in International Workers Compensation

Mirror, Mirror on the wall, whether dancers are employees after all?

From Lexology, Elsie Chan discusses whether dancers are employees are independent contractors. Elsie writes: More than half…

Posted in Virginia Workers Compensation

Virginia Independent Contractor Denied Workers Comp Benefits

Virginia Lawyers Weekly reports on a recent case in which Scott Brian Dunn (“Dunn”), the owner of…

Posted in France

French Court Finds Gig Platform Workers Are Independent Contractors, Not Employees

From JDSupra, Claire Dufils and Laura Jousselin discuss a recent case in France in which the court…

Posted in Arizona

Independent Contractor vs Employee in Arizona

From Lexology, Matthew Vesterdahl provides an excellent overview of classification issues and requirements in Arizona, including guidance…

Posted in California

Real Estate Agents Are Independent Contractors As A Matter Of Law in California If Requirements Met

From JDSupra, Anthony Oncidi provides January updates for California law including a case in a real estate…

Posted in International

Government of Bermuda Independent Contractor Guidance 2023 

Bermuda’s Minister of Economy and Labour Jason Howard presented the  Independent Contractor Guidance to Bermuda’s House of…

Posted in Arbitration

A Recent DoorDash Opinion Addresses Several Pivotal Arbitration Issues

From JDSupra, John Lewis discusses a recent case in which drivers were classified as independent contractors and…

Posted in Misclassification

US Department of Labor recovers $106K in back wages, damages after benefits advisors misclassify 68 workers as independent contractors

The United States Department of Labor announced a recovery of back wages and damages for benefit advisors…