From Kalijarvi, Chuzi, Newman & Fitch, P.C., Michael Robinson reports on a new Maryland statute that extends protections against harassment
Maryland Employers Will Face Tougher Sanctions for Misclassifying Workers As Independent Contractors
From Lexology, Ober Kaler reports on recent legislation in Maryland that imposes significant penalties for knowingly misclassifying workers.
From JDSupra, Michael Marr discusses a recent Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals case in which exotic dancers were found
From the baltimoresun.com — “What is misclassification, exactly? Well, most federal and local wage laws apply only to “employees” — and rules
A company may be liable for the actions of an independent contractor under a theory of apparent agency
From WestlawNext — A company may be liable for the actions of an independent contractor if it represents that the independent contractor is
From Lexology — As the Lowe’s lawsuit demonstrates, drawing the line between independent contractors and employees is very tricky, and