By:  Kenneth R. Dolin

Given the current business trends toward flexible, non-traditional relationships, including the increasing use of “contract labor,” the ability to differentiate between employees and independent contractors is increasingly critical.  Questions surrounding the classification of independent contractors are particularly important in determining what rights, if any, the contractor or employee may have under

By Joshua M. Henderson.

Not to put it too indelicately, but has the NLRB made a fetish of the Section 7 right to engage in “concerted activities . . . for mutual aid or protection” — in the sense of rendering it excessive attention, even reverence?  One can easily conclude from its recent decisions