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West Virginia’s New Intermediate Appellate Court Fundamentally Changes Workers’ Compensation Litigation Practice 

From JDSupra, H. Dill Battle III and Charity Lawrence discuss recent changes in the workers compensation practice…

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State & Local Employment Law Developments: Q2 2021 

From JDSupra, Katharine Fenn and Tareen Zafrullah provide an excellent summary of recent state and local employment…

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One Rule to Guide Them All: West Virginia Legislature Enacts Uniform Rule for Distinguishing Independent Contractors from Employees

From JDSupra, Eric Kinder discuses the recently enacted statute in West Virginia that adopts one standard for…

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West Virginia Enacts Legislation to Clarify Worker Classification 

From JDSupra, Lindsay Gainer and Constance Weber discuss the new West Virginia statute that sets the standard…

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West Virginia House Passes Measure To ‘Clarify’ Worker Classifications

From WV Public Broadcasting, Dave Mistich reports that the bill that defines an independent contractor in West…

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West Virginia Senate approves independent contractor bill by one vote, detractors say the bill oppresses employees

From the Charleston Gazette-Mail, Lacie Pierson reports that the West Virginia Senate narrowly passed a bill that…

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Senate approves independent contractor bill by one vote, detractors say the bill oppresses employees 

From the Charleston Gazette-Mail, Lacie Pierson reports that the West Virginia Senate passed a bill that redefines…

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West Virginia Law says Ridesharing Drivers are Independent Contractors

On March 15, West Virginia Governor signed House Bill 4228 into law which enabled Transportation Network Companies,…