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How Will the New DOL Final Rule Regarding Independent Contractors Impact Your Company? 

From JDSupra, Stacie Caraway discusses the effect that the new United States Department of Labor (DOL) independent…

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Gig economy firms say new rule won’t impact driver classification

Staffing Industry Analyst (SIA) report that gig economy firms are saying that the new independent contractor rules will…

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Employers Face Greater Misclassification Risk Under Resurrected Federal Independent Contractor Rule, Opening Door to Substantial Liability

From JDSupra, Julia Judish, Laura Killalea, Andrea Milano, Rebecca Carr Rizzo, and Kenneth Taber provide an outstanding…

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Déjà vu – the Department of Labor’s Final Rule on Worker Classification 

From JDSupra, James Anelli, Joseph Carr, and Ryan Warden discuss the United States Department of Labor’s new…

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New Rule on Independent Contractor Classification Will Have Profound Impact on Businesses

From JDSupra, Linda Auerbach Allderdice. John Haney, and Michael Maroney discuss the United States Department of Labor’s…

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Legally Nil, But Will Look a Lot Like a “Score”: Labor Department Issues Its Final Rule ‎on Independent Contractor Status‎

From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein provides a terrific analysis of the United States Department of Labor’s new independent…

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New DOL Rule Changes Definition Of IC Status: What Matters for Your Enterprise 

From MBO Partners, this article discusses the new rule after briefly reviewing some of the history. Key…

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United States Department of Labor announces final rule on classifying workers as employees or independent contractors under the Fair Labor Standards Act 

The United States Department of Labor (DOL) annouced its final rule for classifying workers as employees or…

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Snakes! And Other Things to Watch for in 2024

From JDSupra, Todd Lebowitz discusses changes relating to the classification of workers as employees or independent contractors…

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Work Arrangements: Improved Collaboration Could Enhance Labor Force Data 

The United States General Accountability Office (GAO) recommends that the Department of Labor and Office of Management…

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United Department of Labor Sues Restaurant for, among other things, Misclassifying Workers as Independent Contractors 

The United States Department of Labor has filed a lawsuit against a restaurant alleging that, among other…

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White House Clears Independent Contractor Final Rule

From JDSupra, Allan Bloom reports that the White has completed its review of the proposed independent contractor…