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Posted in Misclassification

Is your social media influencer or blogger an employee or an independent contractor?

From Lexology, Kerri S. Bruce, Mark S. Goldstein and Sarah T. Hansel of Reed Smith discuss whether your…

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Posted in Freelancing

General Liability Insurance: Protecting Your Business

From Noobpreneur, Tara Miller discusses the importance of obtaining liability insurance for independent contractors.  She writes: “Part of…

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Posted in New Hampshire

Two-part definition emerges in N.H. independent contractor debate

From New Hampshire Business Review, Bob Sanders writes about a new proposed definition of independent contractor that…

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Posted in California

Who’s an Independent Contractor in the New Economy?

From JDSupra, Julie Brook discusses the standard for determining if a worker is an employee or independent contractor in…

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Posted in New Hampshire

Have NH’s Agencies Finally Solved The Independent Contractor Inequity? HB 450 Passed By NH House Of Representatives

From Mondaq, Beth A. Deragon from The McLane Law Firm writes about a bill in New Hampshire…

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Posted in Texas

6 Factors for Determining Whether a Worker Is an Independent Contractor

From Texas Lawyer, Jay M. Wallace, Lindsey L. Goldstein and Alana K. Ackels discuss 6 factors that…

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Posted in Freelancing

Plan to freelance in future? What you should know

From CNBC, Sharon Epperson and Judy Gee write about what you should know about freelancing.  If you are…

Posted in Intellectual Property

Judge rules on Independent Contractor’s Trade Secret Claim

From the Association of Corporate Counsel, Leech Tishman Fuscaldo & Lampl LLC report a case in which…

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Posted in Freelancing

10 Ways Freelance Life Is Different Than a Day Job 

From the Huffington Post, Lindsey Kesel writes about the differences between a traditional 9 to 5 job and…

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Posted in Freelancing

Why One Of The Best Moments In a Freelancer’s Career Is Also The Most Dangerous

From Fast Company, Laura Vanderkam writes about the mixed blessing of having enough or more than enough…

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Posted in Misclassification

“Sharing Economy” Jobs Share Same Independent Contractor Issues as “Regular Economy”

From Wage & Hour Insights, Doug Hass discusses the sharing-economy and the new business models used by…

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Posted in California Intellectual Property

Work Made For Hire Clauses in Contractor Agreements – Are You Really Getting What You Bargained For?

From WITI, Erica Bristol discusses the issues of having a “work made for hire” clause in a…