Posted in Misclassification Uncategorized

Don’t panic: the long view of FTC’s proposed non-compete rule

From JDSupra, Patrick DePoy and William Wortel discuss the Federal Trade Commission’s proposed rule that would ban…

Posted in California

San Francisco secures over $5 million settlement for Instacart workers 

The City Attorney of San Francisco and San Francisco Office of Labor Standards Enforcement Director announced a…

Posted in Misclassification

FTC Proposes Rule Banning Use of Non-Competes with Employees and Workers and Limiting Employer Protections Against Unfair Competition

From JDSupra, Dawn Mertineit, Robert Milligan, Marcus Mintz, Katherine Perrelli, and Michael Wexler discuss a rule proposed…

Posted in California Misclassification

Real estate agent: employee or independent contractor?

From Human Resources Director, Bernise Carolino discusses a recent case in California in which the court said…

Posted in Freelancing

5 Tips For Creating A Home Office That Works For You

Whether you’re a freelancer, gig worker, or self-employed, it’s no secret that working from home is on…

Posted in Ohio

Ohio Court Does Not Have to Defer to Agency Interpretation

From JDSupra, Frank Merrill discusses a recent case in which the court said that it does not…

Posted in Florida Misclassification

US Department of Labor obtains judgement ordering Winter Haven security company, owner to pay $117K in back wages, damages 

The United States Department of Labor announced that a federal court ordered a secruity services company to…

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Posted in Arbitration

California federal court enforces “clickwrap” web agreement and compels arbitration of claims against Google

From JDSupra, Mark Levin discusses a recent case in which the court enforced a “clickwrap” arbitration agreement…

Posted in Arbitration California

California Court of Appeal Provides Guidance on Individual PAGA Claim Waivers

From Lexology, Jaime Walter discusses a recent case in which a California court provided guidance on the…

Posted in Misclassification

Department of Labor and IRS Intensify Cooperation on Worker Misclassification

From JDSupra, Miguel Lopez, and William Hays Weissman discuss the Memorandum of Understanding for Employment Tax Referrals…

Posted in Arbitration Massachusetts

App-Based Local Delivery Couriers are not Exempt From Arbitration

From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses a recent case in Massachusetts in which the court said that local…

Posted in New Jersey

New Jersey DOL Launches Strategic Enforcement Initiative Targeting Residential Construction & Commercial Laundromats

From JDSupra, Russell McEwan and David Ostern discuss an initiative by the New Jersey Department of Labor…