From Lexology, Colleen G. DeRosa and Melissa A. Ortega discuss the guidance offered for Illinois’s sexual harassment prevention training. Notably, training independent
From The Hollywood Reporter, Eriq Gardner discusses the impact of classifying an author as an independent contractor or employee with
From Rolling Stone, EJ Dickson discusses the unfortunate situation facing exotic dancers who are classified as independent contractors and are
From SFGate, Kathleen Pender does an outstanding job discussing the trend in California of requiring freelancers to form a limited
From the Missoulian, David Erickson discusses the efforts to reduce and eliminate misclassification of employees as independent contractors in Montana.
From JDSupra, Elizabeth Levy reports that a preliminary injunction has been issued preventing the enforcement of California’s new law prohibiting
From The Hill, Alex Gangitano reports that the House of Representatives passed the Protecting the Right to Work Acct which
From Lexology, Steven K. Davidson, Michael J. Baratz, Jared R. Butcher and Molly Bruder Fox offer recommendations for drafting arbitration clauses in smart contracts.
From JDSupra, Keith Anderson and Anne Yuengert discuss a recent case in which a court disregarded a United States Department
From JDSupra, Samia Kirmani, Patrick Peters, James Stone and Corey Donovan Tracey discuss a recent case in which an arbitration
From Forbes, Elaine Pofeldt discusses the priorities of the new executive director of the Freelancers Union. Elaine writes: As Rafael
From JDSupra, David Houston reviews the new guidance on the proper classification of workers as employees or independent contractors in