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How to Operate in California with Independent Contractors After AB5 Bill Is Signed Into Law

The latest version of Assembly Bill 5, which codifies the California Supreme Court’s Dynamex decision that was issued in April 2018, is about to become law.  Dramatically changing decades of settled law in California, Dynamex created a so-called ABC test requiring … Continue reading

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NLRB Finds Couriers Were Misclassified As Independent Contractors, But Rejects Argument That Misclassification Is a “Stand-Alone” Violation of the Law  

The National Labor Relations Board earlier today held that a courier services company misclassified drivers as independent contractors instead of employees protected under the National Labor Relations Act.  The Board also held that the company violated the NLRA when it … Continue reading

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July 2019 Independent Contractor Misclassification and Compliance News Update

We are often asked, what industries are impacted by independent contractor misclassification?  While IC misclassification claims are most prevalent in the construction, transportation, and gig economy businesses, there are few, if any, industries that are immune from IC misclassification allegations.  … Continue reading

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New Jersey Getting Tougher on Independent Contractor Misclassification: Task Force Issues Report With 16 Regulatory and Legislative Recommendations

Earlier today, July 9, the New Jersey Misclassification Task Force issued its first Report. The Task Force, created by an Executive Order issued by Governor Phil Murphy on May 3, 2018, includes representatives from the New Jersey Labor, Treasury, and … Continue reading

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June 2019 Independent Contractor Misclassification and Compliance News Update

This past month was relatively uneventful in the area of independent contractor misclassification and compliance news, if one regards a $16.5 million settlement as unremarkable. But the amount of the settlements in IC misclassification cases appears to be increasing substantially.  … Continue reading

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