independent contractor

Understandably, entrepreneurs’ main concerns are shipping great products and making sure they can meet the next payroll.  As your company grows, regardless of what industry you are in, tech, biotech, or a restaurant, it is critical that the founder devote some time and effort into ensuring employment law compliance.  Investors will demand this during the

A new decision, Garcia v. Border Transportation Group, LLC, analyzes the California Supreme Court’s decision in Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court, which changed the test for independent contractors under California law.  In Border Transportation, Plaintiff Jesus Cuitalhuac Garcia filed the case against Border Transportation Group, LLC and its owners for

The California Supreme Court issued a monumental ruling this week regarding the test used in determining whether a worker can be classified as an independent contractor.  In the case, Dynamex Operations West, Inc. v. Superior Court, the plaintiff brought a class action complaint alleging five causes of action arising from Dynamex’s alleged misclassification of

This Friday’s Five sets out five resources that are free for California employers that are published by the state of California.  Employers need to understand that while these publications are made available by the state of California, the agencies publishing the resources are only expressing their opinion about the current status of the law, but