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WEB EXCLUSIVE - June 2018: The Top 18 Labor And Employment Law Stories

USA - July 2 2018 It’s hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While the law always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, there have been an...

Caroline J. Brown, Allison Kheel, Benjamin Ebbink, Margaret Burnham, Suzanne Bogdan, Abigail Kofman, Judd E. Cohen, Theresa Connolly, Cynthia Blevins Doll.


Workplace Law Update For Washington Employers, Summer 2018 Edition

USA - June 27 2018 Washington’s lawmakers and regulators have not taken a summer holiday this year, remaining active by passing new regulations based on legislation from...

Catharine Morisset, Margaret Burnham, Evan Mix.


U.K. Court Rules in Favor of Worker Status in Gig Economy Case

United Kingdom - June 25 2018 When are gig workers not independent contractors? A case decided earlier this month by Britain’s highest court may help to answer that question. The...


New Report To Update Decade-Old Data On The Nation’s Gig Economy Workforce

USA - May 14 2018 How much has the gig economy changed in the last 13 years? We’re (finally) about to find out. According to Tyrone Richardson at Bloomberg Law, the...


April 2018: The Top 13 Labor And Employment Law Stories

USA - April 2 2018 It’s hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While the law always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, there was an...

Robert Fallah, Catharine Morisset, Caroline J. Brown, Sarah J. Moore, Samuel N. Lillard, Sarah Wieselthier, Melissa J. Osipoff, Benjamin Ebbink, Ashton Riley, Julia Wilson, Marty Heller, Cheryl Pinarchick, Richard R. Meneghello, Thomas Vogliano, Ted Boehm, Todd B. Logsdon, Joseph W. Ambash, Jeffrey A. Fritz.