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Todd Lebowitz Offers Answers to Contractor Misclassification Questions

Articles / May 12, 2016

Partner Todd Lebowitz authored an article published May 10, 2016, by the Logan Daily News. The article, one of the Ohio State Bar Association’s “Law You Can Use” consumer legal information columns, focuses on the topic of independent contractor misclassification. The question-and-answer format covers several key issues for employers who make use of independent contractors.

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