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What Lessons Can Employers Learn from the Uber Class Action?
March 21, 2018
For years, a class action lawsuit brought by a group of Uber drivers has been pending in federal court in California.  The plaintiffs in that case allege that they are misclassified as independent contractors and are entitled to wages, overtime, and tips.
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Update: New York City Freelancer Rules to Take Effect July 24
July 14, 2017
As we advised you in our client advisory dated November 17, 2016, the New York City Council passed a law imposing requirements on businesses and individuals who retain the services of freelance workers as independent contractors, which took effect on May 15, 2017.
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DOL Rolls Back Obama-Era Joint Employer and Independent Contractor Guidance
June 23, 2017
Earlier this month, the United States Department of Labor withdrew its 2015 and 2016 guidance on joint employment and independent contractors.
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DOL Withdraws Guidance Documents on Joint Employment and Independent Contractor Status
June 7, 2017
The Trump administration continues to roll back the anti-business positions asserted by various federal agencies under the Obama administration, as most recently evidenced by the Department of Labor’s June 7, 2017 withdrawal of two Administrator Interpretations on joint employment and independent contractor status.
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Tweets Follow

Apr 16

New York City Proposes Right to “Ignore Your Boss” Law: https://t.co/MA3VIImggO

Apr 16

Proposed Regulations Intended to Reduce Employer Healthcare Costs: https://t.co/qz43AZGn2U

Apr 11

@NLRB Shifts to Republican Majority: https://t.co/XpIEQLegDr