From insurancenewsnet.com — “Going forward, though, a couple of corrective actions seem appropriate at the federal level and for states:
From Brad Reid on the Huffington Post — “Five court decisions in August 2014 illustrate how worker status is determined.
DOL Awards $10.2 Million to 19 States to Help Finance Their Crackdown on Independent Contractor Misclassification
From the Independent Contractor Compliance and Misclassification Legal Blog – “The news from Washington, D.C. yesterday is that the U.S. Department of
From the Sacramento Bee — “A nationwide McClatchy investigation found that in Southern states such as North Carolina and Texas,
“The current “right to control” model for identifying a contractor has evolved from tort law and the question of
From Upstart Business Journal — “”I view the decision in our case as one that should be powerfully influential in
Earthquake in the Independent Contractor Misclassification Field: Changed Landscape Following Serious Legal Blow to FedEx Ground by Federal Appellate Court
From the Independent Contractor Compliance and Misclassification Legal Blog — FedEx Ground has been at the epicenter of the crackdown
From Lexology — Owen v. Tennessee Valley Printing Company, Inc., No. 2130139 (Ala. Civ. App. 2014) (holding that newspaper deliverer was independent contractor
From New Republic — Rather than second-guessing the relationships between businesses and independent contractors and meddling in their financial arrangements, we
From Forbes – “FedEx is everywhere. But a key component of how it does business has been upended by the
From Lexology — William A. Nolan identified three gray areas of employment law including: Is a worker an independent contractor or an employee?
From Bloomberg BNA — “[C]ourts evaluating exotic dancers’ misclassification cases typically examine the business relationship itself, rather than relying solely on