Legal Advice for Independent Contractor — 97 results
Written by attorney Gregory Glaser, over 3 years ago.
Employees are entitled to benefits by statute, but independent contractors are not. An independent contractor relationship can be established by contract, for example, with a consultant,... more
Written by attorney Geoffrey Trachtenberg, over 3 years ago.
Most attorneys hire outside companies to handle filing and serving lawsuits. What happens when these process servers mess up and, as a result, you cannot pursue your lawsuit?
We have a... more
Written by attorney John Swimmer, over 3 years ago.
Written by attorney Glenn Levy, over 3 years ago.
Are you an independent Contractor?
By Glenn D. Levy, Attorney at Law.
There is no bright line
test to a determine whether an individual is an independent contractor or an
Written by attorney Shawn J. Roberts, over 3 years ago.
Most businesses useindependent
contractorseither on a regular basis or from time to
time. Operating as if a person or entity is an independent contractor; then
discovering the state... more
Written by attorney Steven J. Fromm, almost 4 years ago.
Behavioral: Does the company control or have the right to control what the worker does and how the worker does his or her job? Financial: Are the business aspects of the worker’s job... more
Written by attorney Lisa Lerch, about 4 years ago.
EQUESTRIAN QUESTION FORUM by Lisa L. Lerch, Esq.
Our facility is growing and we need to hire additional help. I would like to hire independent contractors and not have employees. How... more
Written by attorney Laura Hess, over 4 years ago.
The employer controls when the person reports to work If the employer sets the person's work hours, the court will likely find the worker should be a W-2 employee. The employer controls... more
Written by attorney Vicki B. Rowan, about 5 years ago.
1. What is an "independent contractor?" Traditionally, most people who perform work for someone else have been and are still considered employees of that person or company. However,... more
Written by attorney Andrew N Harris, over 5 years ago.
This guide sets forth some of the differences under Oregon law between employees and independent contractors. It's written for small companies that may not be sure how to characterize... more