From NewJersey101.5, Eric Scott reports that New Jersey will not be changing the independent contractor classification law this legislative session.
From Lexology, Maria C. Rodriguez, Yesenia M. Gallegos and Michelle S. Strowhiro report that a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order stopping
Another Win For California Truckers In AB-5 Fight…But Gig Economy Still Awaits Misclassification Ruling
From JDSupra, Benjamin Ebbink discusses a recent case in which a state court judge said AB5 is preempted by the Federal
From JDSupra, Richard Meneghello discusses a last minute ruling by a federal judge to say that truckers were not subject
From JDSupra, Caroline Powell Donelan reports that a federal judge issued an order prohibiting the enforcement of California’s AB 51
From JDSupra, Fisher Phillips provides a review of workplace law in the past decade including discussion of these topics: #MeToo
Freelancer Writers Are The Latest Group To Challenge California’s Gig Economy Law – But Will It Do Any Good?
From JDSupra, Richard Meneghello discusses a lawsuit brought by freelance journalists challenging California’s AB5. Richard writes: Last week, several industry
From The Wall Street Journal, Christine Mai-Duc and Lauren Weber provide an excellent overview of the challenges and issues facing independent contractors
From CNBC, Elaine Pofeldt discusses the effect of California’s legislation, AB5, on companies and freelancers. Elaine writes: AB 5 has
From JDSupra, Melissa Osipoff Camire discusses New York legislators’ proposals to change New York laws governing the classification of workers.
From JDSupra, Jeffrey Polsky reports that a consortium of employers has filed suit to block AB51, the California legislation that
From JDSupra, Paul Holdsworth, Adam Lounsbury and Courtney Malveaux report the recommendations of the Virginia Task Force on Worker Misclassification.