From HRDive, Lisa Burden reports on a settlement between Fedex and drivers who alleged they were misclassified as independent contractors.
New Jersey Arbitration Agreements Need Not Designate a Specific Arbitrator or “Arbitral Forum” to be Enforceable
From JDSupra, Thomas Howley and Robert Szyba discuss a recent case in which the New Jersey Supreme Court said that
From JDSupra, Mark Saloman and Jeffrey Shooman provide helpful “do’s” and “don’t” following a New Jersey Supreme Court case enforcing
From JDSupra, Thomas Linthorst, Jason Ranjo, Richard Rosenblatt and Samuel Shaulson discuss a recent New Jersey Supreme Court case in
From JDSupra, Lynn Fiorentino, Nicholas Nesgos and Lauren Schaefer discuss a recent case in New Jersey in which delivery drivers
New Jersey Supreme Court Requires Delivery Drivers to Arbitrate Regardless of FAA Transportation Workers Exemption
From JDSupra, John Lewis discusses a recent case in New Jersey in which the court said that transportations were not
From JDSupra, Fox Rothschild LLP discusses the poster that New Jersey employers must post that informs the independent contractor law.
From JDSupra, Thomas Doherty and Katerina Mantell discuss changes to New Jersey laws that expand the state’s authority to address
From JDSupra, Alison Andolena and Michael Grosso report that the New Jersey Department of Labor has published the notice required
From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein reports on a case in which a commercial cleaning company was given a second chance to
From JDSupra, Openforce discusses the laws recently enacted by New Jersey that are focused on the misclassification of workers as
New Jersey COVID-19 Bills Would Expand Employee Benefits, Establish Benefits for Independent Contractors
From JacksonLewis, James M. McDonnell and Justin B. Cutlip report on proposed legislation in New Jersey that, among other things, would