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Washington DC Attorney General Settles Claims with Contruction Company for Misclassifying Construction Workers 

The Attorney General for the District of Columbia announced the settlement of claims that a construction company…

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Washington DC Attorney General Settles with Gig Customer Service Firm for Misclassifying Workers

The Attorney General of Washington DC announced that it settled claims with a gig economy customer service…

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Attorney General for the District of Columbia Announces That Consulting Firm Will Pay $168K+ to Misclassified Employees

The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia announced that a economic and poicy…

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​​​​​​​Washington DC Attorney General Settles Misclassificaiton Claims with Cleaning Company and Drywall Contractor

The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia announced the settlement of claims of…

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Washington DC Attorney General Settles Misclassification Claims with Construction Company

The Attorney General for Washington DC announced a settlement of misclassification claims with a construction company that…

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Washington DC AG Secures $835,000 from Construction Company that Misclassifed Workers 

The Attorney General for the District of Columbia announced that a construction company that misclassified workers as…

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Washington DC Attorney General Sues Gig Economy Company “Shipt” for Misclassifying Workers

The Attorney General for the District of Columbia announched a lawsuit against Shipt alleging that Shipt misclassified…

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Washington, D.C. to Expand Antidiscrimination Protections to Include Independent Contractors and Homeless Individuals

From JDSupra, Guy Brenner, Laura Fant, and Theresa Madonna discuss Washington D.C.s’s expansion of workplace ordinances to…

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Ride-Sharing Industry Prevails, While Trucking Industry has More Legal Work to do: 

From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses two cases this month — in one of them, Lyft drivers were required…

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AG Racine Announces National Electrical Contractor Will Pay $2.75 Million to Workers and the District to Resolve Wage Theft Lawsuit

Via Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), the Washington DC Attorney General announced a settlement of claims that electrical…

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The Drive Towards “Fighting” Misclassification Heats Up In DC

  From Wage & Hour – Developments & Hightlights, Mark Tabakman writes about the Obama Administration’s focus on…