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A new three-step test distinguishing employees from independent contractors stands to tilt worker misclassification suits toward plaintiffs, and reshape many modern, independent contractor-centric business models. Michael Rubin (Altshuler Berzon LLP) and Gina Roccanova (Myers Nave) unpack the new 'ABC Test,' articulated last week by the California Supreme Court, and its implications.
Gina has more than 20 years of experience in both the public and private sectors and brings a practical, problem-solving orientation to her work in negotiations, counseling, investigations, litigation, arbitration, and training.