Contributor Page
Fisher Phillips LLP
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +1 866 4242168
Fax: +1 404 2404249
1075 Peachtree Street, NE
Suite 3500
GA 30309
United States
By Brett Owens
raditional employers are continuing to discover that they can benefit from the gig economy through the utilization of external platforms to hire contract workers.
By Richard Meneghello, John Polson
In a rare procedural move that caught many by surprise, the National Labor Relations Board announced on Wednesday that it will soon start the rulemaking process to clarify the current joint employment standard.
By Richard Meneghello
Headlines from mainstream news outlets are reporting that today's Labor Department report on Contingent and Alternative Employment Arrangements shows that the gig economy is shrinking.
By Sidney Minter
The explosion of freelance work has changed the economy in a number of significant ways. After all, by some accounts, 43 percent of U.S. workers will have some involvement in the gig economy by as early as 2020.
By Sheila Willis
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster recently signed the Pregnancy Accommodations Act into effect, ushering in one of the most significant pieces of workplace legislation in recent history.
By Megan U'Sellis
Lyft has also committed to publishing a similar report, and the companies are expected to work together on its implementation.
By David Klass, Travis Vance
Two recent cases should remind employers to contest OSHA citations quickly to prevent the citations from becoming final. It's an uphill battle if your notice of contest is submitted late.
By Michael Elkon
In an interesting 15-page discovery order, Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Cole of the Northern District of Illinois rejected Motorola's attempt to obtain images of the computers of a number of Hytera employees.
By Cynthia Doll, Lisa McGlynn
In a 7-to-2 decision, the Supreme Court ruled today that a baker's Free Exercise Clause rights under the Constitution were not properly considered by the Colorado Civil Rights Commission...
By Lisa McGlynn
After the February 14 tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, students began to organize like rarely before to protest gun violence in schools.
By Fisher & Philips LLP
I'm spoiled. I've sought out great restaurants in scores of US cities, great meat-and-threes in rural counties, hole-in-the-wall BBQ joints, and starred restaurants in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
By Usama Kahf
Since my last blog post about SB 1121, the California Senate voted to send SB 1121 to the state Assembly. The May 30 vote was very close, 22-13, only one above the 21-vote threshold for passing the bill and strictly along party lines.
By Raul Zermeno
Raul Zermeno authored the article "California Appellate Court Expands Law on Rest Period Pay for Commission-Based Employees," which appeared in the Winter Edition of San Diego Dealer.
By Michael Bohling, Caroline Brown, Wendy McGuire Coats, Brandy Cody, Benjamin M. Ebbink, Brian Ellixson, Alvaro Hasani, David Klass, Lisa McGlynn, Richard Meneghello, Melissa Osipoff, Cheryl Pinarchick, John Polson, Jennifer Sandberg, Travis Vance, Megan Walker, Jaklyn Wrigley
It's hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While the law always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, there have been an unprecedented number of changes ...
By Shanon Stevenson
To boost innovation and remain competitive, employers often have no option but to sponsor foreign nationals for H-1B work visas to meet their labor needs, especially when it comes to workers ...
Contributor's Topics