From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Lauren Rosenblattt reports that a Pittsburgh home health agency misclassified workers as independent contractors and now
Boss pleads guilty to worker-misclassification under Pennsylvania’s Construction Workers Misclassification Act
From the Daily Times, Alex Rose reports that a man pled guilty to felony charges of misclassifying workers under Pennsylvania’s
Medical Interpreters Deemed Employees Not Independent Contractors: The Detrimental Effect Of Non-Compete Agreements!
From JDSupra, Mark Tabakman discusses a recent case in Pennsylvania in which interpreters were found to be independent contractors because
From the Pennsylvania Business Report, Melina Druga reports on Pennsylvania legislation to create a joint taskforce to focus on misclassification of
From the Pennsylvania Capital-Star, Stephen Caruso reports that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said that an Uber driver was an employee.
From JDSupra, Shannon Farmer, Elliot Griffin, Christopher Jones and Wendi Kotzen discuss a recent Pennsylvania Supreme Court case that said
From JDSupra, Dustin Bodaghi and William Weissman discuss a recent case from the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in which the court
From JDSupra, Rick Grimaldi reports on a Philadelphia bill that creates portable benefits for domestic workers and Rick suggests it
From The Intelligencer, Chris English reports on the efforts of Pennsylvania legislators to strengthen the laws governing misclassification of workers
From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein reports that a Pennsylvania court found that counselors were independent contractors. Richard writes: The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court
From JDSupra, Mark Tabakman discusses a settlement from a case alleging that referees were misclassified as independent contractors. Mark writes:
From Lawyers.com, Larry Pitt provides an overview of Pennsylvania’s Construction Workplace Misclassification Act. Larry writes: The Construction Workplace Misclassification Act