From Wealth Management, Megan Leonhardt reports that Senator Sherrod Brown will propose legislation to reduce misclassification of workers but will prevent
From JDSupra, Ivy Clarice Estoesta and Monica Riva Talley discuss the importance of protecting intellectual property rights when engaging with
From the Independent Contractor Compliance and Misclassification Legal Blog (to which I recommend you should subscribe), Richard Reibstein reports on a class
From the Independent Contractor Compliance Legal Blog (to which I highly recommend you subscribe), Richard Reibstein reports on a independent contractor misclassification
From the Left Labor Reporter, William Rogers reports that the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) regional director reversed his 2013 ruling
From Forbes, Elaine Pofeldt shares the results of a survey of over 7,000 adults conducted by the Freelancers Union and Upwork.
Governor Brown Signs Bill Affording California Port Motor Carriers Amnesty to Reclassify Drivers Without Incurring Penalties
From Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith [website not available], Steven G. Gately and Jared M. Irmas report on new legislation
From The Legal Intelligencer, Andrea M. Krishenbaum discusses the challenges that the gig economy presents to traditional labor law. She
From the Huffington Post, Susan Lund discusses the growth of the gig economy and reports that recent research found that the
From Forbes, Jacob Morgan discusses six models in which companies engage with freelancers — ranging from no freelancers to all freelancers.
Travel and Tour World reports that the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA) and others met with government representatives to discuss
From ComputerWorld, Ted Devine offers four recommendations for things that independent contractors must have to mitigate their risks including a