Richard R. Meneghello

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Voters Will Have Say Over California Misclassification Law Come November

USA - March 4 2020 Over a million Californians have said they want a chance to vote on the misclassification law that threatens to upend the gig economy as we know it -…

Comprehensive FAQs For Employers On The COVID-19 Coronavirus

USA - March 3 2020 Fisher Phillips has assembled a cross-Disciplinary task force of attorneys across the country to address the many employment-Related Issues facing…

Steven M. Bernstein, Suzanne Bogdan, Laurel Cornell, Susan M. Guerette, Ralph Hua, Nicholas Hulse, David Kresser, Howard A. Mavity, Nan Sato, Shanon R. Stevenson, J. Hagood Tighe, A. Kevin Troutman, Travis W. Vance, William Wright

Judge Forces Instacart To Reclassify Workers As Employees - But Not This Instant

USA - February 25 2020 Gig economy company Instacart lost the latest round of its misclassification battle in San Diego yesterday, as a California state court judge granted…

The U.S. House Wants The ABC Test Adopted On A National Scale. The Senate? Not So Much.

USA - February 14 2020 My colleague Todd Lyon wrote an excellent piece earlier this week about the House of Representatives passing the PRO Act, essentially a “wish list”…

Court Rejects Gig Economy Attempt To Block New California Misclassification Law

USA - February 10 2020 A federal court judge today denied a request by several gig economy giants (and a few contractors) to block AB-5, the new misclassification law in…