From Gene Marks on the Huffington Post – “There was once a time when it was just me. I was
From the oDesk Blog — “More than 53 million Americans are freelancing, according to “Freelancing in America: A National Survey
From the StamfordAdvocate — “The Wage & Workplace Standards Division gets about 4,000 complaints a year, said the director, Gary Pechie.
From the Alton Daily News — If someone is an independent contractor, they will be issued a Form 1099,
Misclassification of Independent Contractors: A Challenge for Massachusetts Companies in the Delivery, Taxi, and Livery Sectors
From The National Law Review — Although Massachusetts uses a seemingly straight-forward, three-prong test sometimes referred to as the ABC Test
From the Employment Law Spotlight – The driver-as-independent-contractor model has been under attack for years, with federal and state governments and
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 Forbes — The shift to freelancing is for sure a two-way street. Not only do individuals need to
From Independent Contractor Compliance and Misclassification Legal Blog.– “TUTORING COMPANY FOUND TO HAVE MISCLASSIFIED TUTORS AS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS IN NEW YORK.