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By Corey Goerdt
Corey Goerdt authored the article "Lessons from the WayMo v. Uber trade Secrets Trial" featured in Law Week Colorado. This article discusses the surprising business partnership ...
By Sidney Minter
The gig economy continues to grow into all sectors of the modern world.
By Melissa Osipoff, Julia H. Wilson
On March 12, 2018, the New York State Senate passed a bill aimed at strengthening and reforming the state sexual harassment laws.
By Caroline Brown
Last week the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) announced its Payroll Audit Independent Determination (PAID) pilot program to mixed reactions.
By Lauren Fuiman Cell
The national and international spotlight on pay equity is getting brighter by the day.
By Miranda Watkins
In 2016, gig company for home clearing services Homejoy filed for bankruptcy
By Lisa McGlynn
In a move met with near-universal praise, Uber recently announced it will now require drivers take at least six hours of time off for every 12 hours they spend driving.
By Jeffrey Dretler
Many of us have become comfortable with the convenience of logging into our laptops or smartphones using a fingerprint scan in lieu of remembering yet another password.
By Richard Meneghello
We knew we hadn't heard the end of this case, but today it's official: the worker who lost what is believed to be the nation's first-ever gig economy misclassification trial last month...
By Robert Fallah
The EU's General Data Protective Regulation ("GDPR") has been a popular topic of late. Fisher Phillips' Employment Privacy Blog has covered the evolution of this regulation ...
By Samuel Lillard, Todd Logsdon, Sarah Moore
The facts of the case are fairly straightforward.
By Adam Brown
In the modern age of relatively cheap and ever-evolving technology, corporate espionage is a real threat that could be perpetrated by any employee or other insider at any time.
By Ashton Riley
In a unanimous decision, the California Supreme Court today issued a ruling that will have far-reaching effects for employers who pay employees a flat rate bonus and overtime
By Linda Gulledge
The federal government has not meaningfully measured the contingent workforce since 2005.
By Joseph W. Ambash, Cheryl Pinarchick, Monica Snyder
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey just issued much-anticipated and long-awaited guidance regarding the amended Massachusetts Equal Pay Act (MEPA), which is scheduled to take effect on July 1, 2018.
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