Authored by Michael A. Wahlander and John R. Giovannone
With March Madness in full swing, we interrupt your crumbling tournament brackets to ensure you’re aware of a truly maddening development. California law now makes individuals potentially liable for employer violations of many often-convoluted wage and hour rules.
That’s right—individuals, not just companies, may be liable for wage and hour violations.… Continue Reading
We are thrilled to announce a special blog series, coming soon to this very blog! This series will focus on wage & hour issues specific to the Golden State and will highlight the unique problems raised by California labor laws and litigating California wage & hour cases. As many of our readers are all too well aware, California’s wage & … Continue Reading
Authored by Patrick Bannon and Anne Bider
Independent contractor misclassification claims have become an epidemic — nationally and especially in Massachusetts. Under most tests for independent contractor status, whether an individual’s services are within the usual course of the business of the company for which they are performed is an important factor. Under Massachusetts’ Independent Contractor Statute it is an … Continue Reading