From The Washington Post, Eli Rosenberg discusses legislative efforts in other states to adopt measures to protect freelancers and other
Could 2020 Be The Year Of The California Copycats? Other States Line Up To Consider Misclassification Statutes
From Mondaq, Richard R. Meneghello discusses the possibility that California’s ABC test will be adopted by other states. Richard writes:
From JDSupra, Kevin Kelly reports on the Illinois Workplace Transparency Act that extends protections from harassment to independent contractors. Kevin
From Crain’s Chicago Business, Greg Hinz reports that an influential Illinois representative is considering legislation to help gig workers. Greg
State Farm ‘confident’ agent suing under amended IWPCA is independent contractor, despite ‘misclassification’ claim
From the Madison-St. Clair Record, Karen Kidd reports that a State Farm agent has alleged that he was misclassified as
From Lexology, Jessica E. Chang and Johner T. Wilson III report on new legislation in Illinois that extends protections from harassment to
From HR Dive, Lisa Burden reports that a surgeon who was an independent contractor at a hospital was not entitled
From Smith Armundsen Labor & Employment Law Update, Amanda Biondolino discusses the risks of misclassifying workers as independent contractors. She writes:
Arbitrator Must Rule on Independent Contractor Status of Uber Drivers in Class-Action Notwithstanding NLRA Bar to Class Action Waivers
From Lexology, Patrick M. DePoy and Michael A. Warner, Jr. discuss an Illinois case in which the court said that an arbitrator had
Truck Owner-Operators: Employees or Independent Contractors under Illinois Workers Compensation Act?
From the National Law Review, Bradford Peterson discusses three cases with similar facts that did not have the same results in
From HR.BLR.com, Steven Brenneman discusses a recent case in which drivers for a restaurant were misclassified as independent contractors.
Philip Bareck discusses the ability of an independent contractor to file a workers compensation claim in Illinois if the company exercises