Category Archives: IC Compliance

November and December 2019 Independent Contractor Misclassification and Compliance Law News Update

Our combined news update provides guidance for companies that utilize independent contractors on what not to do.  The first lesson involves a company’s waiver of its best argument for compelling arbitration of an IC misclassification claim.  As we pointed out … Continue reading

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The Past Decade of Independent Contractor Misclassification and Compliance Law

Ten years ago, when we began a legal blog dedicated to independent contractor compliance and misclassification, the landscape of the law involving ICs was quite different than today – although a great deal remains unchanged.  We summarize below over 250 … Continue reading

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A Solution to the “Five Degrees of Independent Contractor Misclassification”

“Independent contractor misclassification” is a phrase that is misunderstood, misapplied, and misused – constantly. It is used to cover an array of disparate forms of IC misclassification: unpardonable; uninformed; unprepared; unintentional; and unjust. [1] The phrase is warranted in situations when … Continue reading

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October 2019 Independent Contractor Misclassification and Compliance News Update

Last month saw large settlements and yet another new lawsuit against companies that have an independent contractor business model, but also success by such companies in obtaining a favorable jury verdict in an IC misclassification lawsuit and compelling arbitration of … Continue reading

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August and September 2019 Independent Contractor Misclassification and Compliance News Update

There were several notable court and administrative cases over the past two months, but they were overshadowed by a legislative matter: the enactment of Assembly Bill 5 in California, which was the subject of our September 11, 2019 blog post … Continue reading

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