From Courthouse News Service, Carson McCullough reports that a “newspaper dealer” was found to be misclassified as an independent contractor.
From Land Line, Keith Goble reports that Iowa passed a law that says that the owner of a truck in
From JDSupra, Fox Rothschild LLP discusses the poster that New Jersey employers must post that informs the independent contractor law.
Workcompcentral reports that Tennessee has passed a bill that imposes misclassification penalties on a construction company’s successor. The new law
From JDSupra, Openforce offers guidance on independent contractor agreements. As more states enact laws designed to prevent employee misclassification, especially
San Francisco Files Misclassification Lawsuit Against DoorDash And Promises More Litigation Is To Come
From JDSupra, Richard Meneghello reports that the California District Attorney filed an unfair business practices lawsuit against DoorDash seeking to
Second Circuit Affirms EDNY Ruling That Customer Is Bound to Arbitration Clause in Amazon’s Conditions of Use
From JDSupra, Nora Valenza-Frost reports on a case in which the court said that an internet user is bound by
From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein reports that Flowers Foods, maker of Wonder Bread and other baked goods, settled another misclassification case with
From JDSupra, Michael Kun and Kevin Sullivan discuss the state of the law in California for misclassification cases and provide
As a freelance designer, writer, or developer, being good at what you do does not necessarily equate success. You need
From Lexology, Buckley LLP reports on a case in which the court denied arbitration based on the language of the
Major changes coming to Virginia employment laws on July 1, 2020; prepare now with this employer checklist
From JDSupra, George Ingham and Amy Kett discuss Virginia laws that take effect on July 1, 2020 including changes affecting