From the The National Law Review — Guy Brenner and Carolyn M. Dellatore write “Judge Jesse M. Furman…found that the chauffeurs were
From newsobserver.com — Illinois and New York are national leaders when it comes to curbing worker misclassification. Their efforts
From Independent Contractor Compliance and Misclassification Legal Blog.– “TUTORING COMPANY FOUND TO HAVE MISCLASSIFIED TUTORS AS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS IN NEW YORK.
From Kelley Drye & Warren LLP — “The Federal and State Labor Departments, and the IRS, are all cracking down
From Lexology — In 2013, New York’s “Joint Enforcement Task Force on Employee Misclassification” identified 24,000 instances of employee misclassification,
From BinghamtonHomePage — “professionals are choosing self-employment in order to control the type of work assignments they pursue (67 percent), to
Dangers of misclassifying an employee as an independent contractor highlighted once again in New York Appellate Court decision
From Lexology — Michael S. Arnold writes: Catherin Nance provided photojournalistic services to the New York Post as an independent contractor.
From Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of New York, Timothy Dodge reports a case where a plumber was caught between