Protect App-Based Drivers Act Would Create Further Employee Classification and ACA Reporting Issues

Protect App-Based Drivers Act Would Create Further Employee Classification and ACA Reporting Issues

June 5, 2020 3 minute read: As part of their campaign against the requirements of California Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), which went into effect January 2020 and requires employers to treat contract workers Read More
AB5 Targets Multi-Level Marketing Companies – See How this Could Affect Your ACA Compliance

AB5 Targets Multi-Level Marketing Companies – See How this Could Affect Your ACA Compliance

June 1, 2020 3 minute read: Multi-level marketing giant Amway was sued in a proposed class action earlier this year for misclassifying its Independent Business Owners (IBOs) as independent contractors instead of employees. Read More
The Trucking Industry Faces Challenges with AB5

The Trucking Industry Faces Challenges with AB5

March 18, 2020 3 minute read: California’s AB5 has changed the landscape on how independent contractors and employers work together. The trucking industry in particular faces unique challenges in adjusting to the new Read More
Two Reasons Why AB5 is so Controversial

Two Reasons Why AB5 is so Controversial

February 5, 2020 3 minute read: On its face, Assembly Bill 5 (“AB5”) codifies a seemingly straight-forward analysis for employers to determine if their workers are 1) employees, or 2) independent contractors. This Read More
GrubHub Trial Could Set Precedent for Employee Misclassification Lawsuits

GrubHub Trial Could Set Precedent for Employee Misclassification Lawsuits

September 25, 2017 GrubHub is on trial for a case of employee misclassification involving its drivers. The drivers allege they were misclassified by the on-demand food delivery app as independent contractors and not Read More
How Will a New Era of Healthcare Entrepreneurs Be Impacted by the ACA?

How Will a New Era of Healthcare Entrepreneurs Be Impacted by the ACA?

September 5, 2017 At some point, the gig economy was bound to expand into industries most never imagined. With the growing rate of Americans taking on some form of a job within the Read More
New Developments Continue to Dog Uber About Worker Misclassification

New Developments Continue to Dog Uber About Worker Misclassification

August 16, 2017 In the United States alone, Uber has over 600,000 drivers, some of whom over the course of the last two years have been entangled in numerous lawsuits surrounding their rights Read More
IRS Tax Documents Assist Decision In Classification Case

IRS Tax Documents Assist Decision In Classification Case

May 2, 2017 With misclassification suits becoming more and more frequent, the latest case suggests that tax returns might be subject to mandatory disclosure in resolving classification issues. In a recent case, Mescalero Read More
Uber Is Triumphant In California Misclassification Case

Uber Is Triumphant In California Misclassification Case

March 16, 2017 Uber made a huge stride in their favor at the top of March, when a California courtnamed them victorious in yet another misclassification case. The case surrounded once again classifications Read More