Utah’s Employer/Independent Contractor Distinction Remains Cloudy, Even To Judges

In a February 3, 2022 opinion by the Utah Court of Appeals, the struggle that courts have in distinguishing between employees and independent contractors continues.  In Jensen Tech Services and Sentinel Insurance Company, Ltd., v. Labor Commission and Sergio Herrera, … Continue reading

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Arbitration Agreement Contained in Employee Handbook and Signed During Pending Class Action Is Invalid

On April 20, 2018, the California Court of Appeal, in the case Nguyen v. Inter-Coast International Training, Inc., held that an arbitration agreement contained in an employee handbook was both procedurally and substantively unconscionable. In that case, after a wage … Continue reading

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