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Dynamex and the Future of Independent Contractors

James M. Nelson authored an article for The Recorder titled “Dynamex and the Future of Independent Contractors (and Perhaps Freedom of Contract) in California.” The article discussed a recent game-changing California Supreme Court Decision with a potentially significant impact on established business using an independent contractor model. To read the article, click here.… Continue Reading

“Nothing so Exhilarating as Being Shot at Without Result”—California Pay Day Statements and Accrued Vacation

What does Winston Churchill have to do with California wage and hour requirements? Well, the “shot” at employers in Soto v. Motel 6 Operating L.P. at the California Court of Appeal was whether, because California vacation pay cannot be forfeited and must be paid out at termination, it therefore follows that the value of the … Continue Reading
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