From The Tax Advisor, Michael D. Koppel provides an overview of the various tests for determining if a worker is
From JDSupra, Paul Holdsworth, Adam Lounsbury and Courtney Malveaux report the recommendations of the Virginia Task Force on Worker Misclassification.
From The National Law Review, Edmund J. McKenna discusses a recent case in which the court said a clause in
From JDSupra, Michael Lotito and James Paretti, Jr. report that the California Supreme Court will decided if the Dynamex decision
From JDSupra, Rick Grimaldi reports on a Philadelphia bill that creates portable benefits for domestic workers and Rick suggests it
From Lexology, Manatt Phelps & Phillips LLP discusses a recent case in which an arbitration agreement was found to be
From JDSupra, Steven Bernstein, John Polson, and J. Hagood Tighe report that the United States Department of Labor (DOL), Equal
The ABC Test: California State and Localities Support Plaintiffs’ Appeal, Signal Aggressive Enforcement
From Littler, James A. Paretti, Jr., Michael J. Lotito, and Bruce J. Sarchet discuss efforts to persuade the 9th Circuit
California Court Finds Arbitration Agreement Invalid and Unenforceable as a Result of Economic Duress and Undue Influence
From JDSupra, Nora Valenza-Frost discusses a recent case in which the court said that an arbitration was unenforceable because of
Not Dead Yet: The States’ New Strategy for Attacking Independent Contractor Misclassification Can Be Relentless — and Costly.
From JDSupra, Todd Lebowitz discusses the challenges for companies when a state sends a bill for unpaid unemployment taxes as
From JDSupra, Tara Humma, Denise Keyser, and Steven Suflas discuss New Jersey’s bill to Uber for unemployment an disability insurance.
New Jersey Bill Would Codify a Stricter Version of ABC Test for Determining Independent Contractor Status
From JDSupra, James Hays, Sean Kirby and Myles Moran discuss a bill in New Jersey that would adopt the Massachusetts/California