Independent Contractor Classification

A Note explaining the independent contractor classification, including the benefits of the classification and the penalties for misclassification. This note addresses federal law. For information on state law requirements, see the State Q&A Tools under Related Content.

Gabrielle Wirth, Dorsey & Whitney LLP, with Practical Law Labor & Employment


 

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