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Pennsylvania Federal Court Rules that Drivers are Properly Classified as Independent Contractors

USA - April 23 2018 In Razak v. Uber Technologies, Inc., a Pennsylvania federal judge ruled last week that drivers for UberBLACK, the company’s higher-end limousine...

Vik Jaitly.


New York City Employers Must Provide Temporary Work Schedule Changes to Employees for “Personal Events” Beginning July 18, 2018

USA - March 16 2018 On January 19, 2018, New York City adopted Int. 1399-A (“Law”) which requires employers to provide most city-based employees with up to two temporary...

Gregg Settembrino.


“Ban-the-box” signed into law in New Jersey

USA - August 22 2014 On August 11, 2014, New Jersey Governor Chris Cristie signed into law "The Opportunity to Compete Act", commonly referred to as New Jersey's...

DeMaris E. Trapp.


Employee’s deactivation of Facebook account leads to sanctions

USA - April 12 2013 The latest Facebook case highlights how courts now intend to hold parties accountable when it comes to preserving their personal social media...

Noreen Cull.


The Supreme Court rules: pharmaceutical representatives qualify as outside salespersons

USA - July 9 2012 The Supreme Court recently handed down a decision clarifying the contours of the “outside sales” exemption to the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”) and settled a split between the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second and Ninth Circuits....