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Retail Detail: Can Retail Gig Workers Be Treated As Non-Employees? A Federal Court Casts Doubt

USA - February 9 2021 In recent years, the retail sector’s use of non-employee gig workers has grown dramatically. Both retailers and brand-name distributors have…

Timothy J. Buckley.

Can Arbitration Agreements Protect Employers Against Class Actions?

USA - January 19 2021 This series examines whether an employee arbitration program can help minimize legal risks from COVID-19 and beyond. For many employers, an important…

Anthony S. Califano, John Ayers-Mann, Molly Clayton Mooney.

Is Arbitration the Answer?

USA - January 5 2021 Most employers have seen the forecasts. The waves of employees let go in the COVID crisis will file a surge of employment claims. Worse, plaintiffs’…

Anthony S. Califano, John Ayers-Mann, Molly Clayton Mooney.

Webinar Recording: Returning to Business in New England—What Employers Need to Know

USA - May 5 2020 This informative webinar focused on the challenges that New England employers face as shelter-in-place orders are lifted and employees begin to…

Adam R. Young, Ariel D. Cudkowicz, Kristin G. McGurn.

Invitations (To Join FLSA Collective Actions) Have Consequences: Seventh Circuit Rules That FLSA Opt-In Notice Should Not Be Sent To Employees With Valid Arbitration Agreements

USA - January 31 2020 Seyfarth Synopsis: An appellate court has ruled that a district court should not authorize notice of an FLSA suit to employees who are ineligible to…

Michael E. Steinberg.