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IRS's Employment Audits & Classification Issues

FoleyLardnerLogoGentlemen’s Club Cannot Strip Dancers of Employee Status

Foley & Lardner
November 10, 2014
3 pages

DebevoiseLogoEmployee Classification: An Old Issue Getting Renewed Attention

Debevoise & Plimpton
September 19, 2014
3 pages

PepperHamiltonLogoEarthquake in the Independent Contractor Field

Pepper Hamilton
August 29, 2014
3 pages

SkaddenLogoEmployment Flash - February 2014

Skadden
February 26, 2014
5 pages

In this Issue:

  • US Supreme Court Rules on Donning and Doffing Issue
  • NLRB Judge Invalidates Arbitration Agreement Without Class Action Waiver
  • Second Circuit Rules on Single Employer Liability Under the WARN Act
  • SDNY Reaffirms Undocumented Workers Can Seek Back Pay for FLSA Violations
  • New York City to Expand Earned Sick Time Act
  • New Jersey Passes Ban on Workplace Pregnancy Discrimination
  • New Jersey Appellate Division Upholds Criminal Indictment Regarding Employee’s Taking of Confidential Documents to Support Discrimination Charge
  • California’s Domestic Worker Overtime Provision Takes Effect
  • San Francisco Implements Flexible Work Schedule Ordinance
  • US Department of Justice Announces Largest Payment in Immigration Case
  • UK Government Reforms TUPE

PepperHamiltonLogoCongress Re-Introduces Independent Contractor Misclassification Law

Pepper Hamilton
November 15, 2013
3 pages

LittlerLogoNew Case Provides Lessons That May Help Companies Avoid Pitfalls When Structuring Independent Contractor Relationships

Littler
November 8, 2013
3 pages

BuchananIngersollLogoOSHA’s Proposed Significant Reduction in PEL for Silica

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney
October 10, 2013
2 pages

KramerlevinLogoEmployment Law Update: October 2013 

Kramer Levin
October 7, 2013
12 pages

In this Issue:

  • Age-Based Remarks Can and Will Be Used Against You in a Court of Law, Especially in Opposition to a Summary Judgment Motion
  • New York Legislative Update: Minimum Wage, Paid Sick Leave, and Discrimination Against the Unemployed
  • Supreme Court Continues Trend of Carving Back Class Actions
  • Whistleblower Claims under SOX and Dodd-Frank: Recent Developments
  • Second Circuit Confirms Liability Standard for Non-Worker Harassment While Warning Employers of the Continuing Perils of Retaliation Claims
  • Supreme Court Refines Title VII Standards
  • The Ever-Expanding Scope of the NYC Human Rights Law