Todd Lebowitz Article Lists 10 Takeaways to Avoid Contractor Misclassification

Articles / February 25, 2016

Partner Todd Lebowitz authored an article published in the February 17, 2016, issue of Westlaw Journal: Employment. The article, “10 Takeaways for Companies to Avoid Misclassification of Independent Contractor,” explains that the U.S. Department of Labor has made independent contractor misclassification a priority enforcement area for 2016 and offers practical advice for employers to avoid exposure.

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