Join us at the next meeting of the Nevada Franchise Business Network for an interactive discussion regarding new developments in the world of labor and employment law . The topic of the meeting is “Brave New World: Top Ten and Employment and Labor Issues to Know in 2013” and will feature guest speakers Michael Kass, a Labor and Employment Partner with Armstrong Teasdale LLP.
Looking to the new year, the labor and employment practitioners at Armstrong Teasdale have come up with a list of the top 10 employment law issues for employers. By keeping this Top 10 list of employment issues in mind, you can minimize legal risks and maximize chances of successfully dealing with employment law challenges in 2013.
The recent case Awuah v. Coverall North America, Inc. has grabbed headlines for finding that a franchisor is an “employer” under Massachusetts employment law. What are the ramifications of that decision?
When can a franchisor can potentially be found to be an “employer” of a franchisee, and how can that relationship lead to legal liability for a franchisee’s actions? The attached audio file helps to answer that question.