Service Providers as Independent Contractors or Employees-- The Yoga Vida Decision By Elizabeth A. Harlan
In recent years courts across the country have addressed the question of whether individuals providing services are properly classified as independent contractors or employees. The applicable legal tests for making this determination change from context to context and the facts of each case are always central to the analysis. This combination makes for a complex area of the law.
Elizabeth A. Harlan is a Principal in the Litigation Department at Astrachan Gunst Thomas P.C., representing clients in civil litigation, intellectual property matters, and employment-related issues. She previously served as Counsel in the San Francisco office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, where she represented clients in federal and state courts in complex commercial litigation, internal investigations, and securities matters.
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