New NLRB Decision: Independent Contractor Classification
Entrepreneurial Activity, Common Law Factors, Interaction With Federal, State and Local Laws
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide employment counsel following the National Labor Relations Board's (NLRB) recent decision in SuperShuttle, providing a new test on how to classify independent contractors. The panel will discuss how to navigate the thorny issue of worker classification while parsing through the various tests applied by different agencies (NLRB, DOL, etc.), in addition to a patchwork of state law on the subject.
- Overview of NLRB's 2019 SuperShuttle decision
- Impact of current "entrepreneurial activity" test on common law factors
- Interaction of NLRB's ruling with other federal, state and local laws regarding independent contractors
- Best practices for employers in drafting and maintaining independent contractors in light of new decision
The panel will review these and other relevant topics:
- What was the NLRB's decision in SuperShuttle?
- How does the SuperShuttle ruling depart from the NLRB's prior decision in FedEx Home Delivery?
- How does the NLRB's new decision interact with other federal, state and local laws governing independent contractors?
- What are best practices for employers in maintaining independent contractor relationships in light of this new ruling?
Alan I. Model
Mr. Model has been representing employers throughout the country in all aspects of labor relations and employment law... | Read More
Mr. Model has been representing employers throughout the country in all aspects of labor relations and employment law since 1993. His practice includes defending employment discrimination cases, complying with the National Labor Relations Act, devising long-term labor objectives and strategies, advising during union organizing campaigns, handling contract negotiations and labor arbitrations, collective bargaining, drafting employment agreements and policies, enforcing restrictive covenants, arbitration and mediation.Close
Teresa R. Tracy
Freeman Freeman & Smiley
Ms. Tracy represents management in all areas of labor and employment law and litigation, including wrongful... | Read More
Ms. Tracy represents management in all areas of labor and employment law and litigation, including wrongful termination, discrimination, wage and hour, class action, union organizing campaigns, grievances and arbitrations, and collective bargaining. She also provides preventive services, including comprehensive counseling and training.Close