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Board Blows the Whistle on Independent Contractor Status for NBA Video Production Crew
  • Seyfarth Shaw LLP
  • USA
  • September 18 2017

With the NBA season opener just over a month away, at least one team could be getting an unexpected influx of free agents. In Minnesota Timberwolves

Episode 178: The Evil Dolphin Episode
  • Steptoe & Johnson LLP
  • European Union, USA
  • September 11 2017

The Cyberlaw Podcast kicks off a series exploring section 702 - the half-UShalf-foreign collection program that has proven effective against

Staff, Lies and Videotape
  • Keystone Law
  • Global, USA
  • August 1 2017

Following the news that former Spice Girl Mel B has filed five separate legal motions, against her former nanny, in a bid to shut down her former

The State AG Report Weekly Update June 8, 2017
  • Cozen O'Connor
  • USA
  • June 8 2017

Republican Ashley Moody formally announced her candidacy to become Florida AG. Moody is the third candidate to enter the 2018 Florida AG race

Are Anti-SLAPP Statutes The Elephant In the Room?
  • LeClairRyan
  • USA
  • June 7 2017

Last year, I noted that several judges around the country were expressing concern that state anti-SLAPP statutes were being applied to cases that did

Defamation - When the Facts Really Are the Facts
  • Nexsen Pruet
  • USA
  • June 1 2017

Historically, South Carolina has followed the general rule that truth is a complete defense to a claim of defamation. An insinuation, however, drawn

Professional Cheerleader Case Presents Independent Contractor and Joint Employer Lessons
  • Baker & Hostetler LLP
  • USA
  • May 30 2017

Unlike, say, mortgage loan officers or computer programmers, the population of professional cheerleaders is relatively small, but an ongoing case

For Whom the Statute Tolls: A Nuance in the Minnesota Human Rights Act Important to Employers
  • Briggs and Morgan
  • USA
  • May 11 2017

A distinguishing characteristic of employment discrimination claims in their short statute of limitations - for Minnesota Human Rights Act claims the

Federal court in California agrees: College football players aren’t “employees”
  • Constangy Brooks Smith & Prophete LLP
  • USA
  • May 9 2017

Joining the holding of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Berger v. NCAA, a federal district court in California has found that

Reporting Reasonable Suspicion Tests To Third Parties When No Suspicion Existed May Give Rise to Defamation and Invasion of Privacy Claims in Louisiana
  • Jackson Lewis PC
  • USA
  • April 26 2017

Requiring employees to submit to directly observed reasonable suspicion testing and falsely reporting to third parties that the employees were tested