MCLE New England Publishes “The Massachusetts Independent Contractor Law: Sorting Out the Three-Prong Test,” Co-Authored by Jared Fiore

In the current edition of its “Massachusetts Wage and Hours Handbook,” MCLE New England published a chapter co-authored by Jared Fiore covering the three-part test used in Massachusetts state law to distinguish independent contractors from employees. “The Massachusetts Independent Contractor Law: Sorting Out the Three-Prong Test” discusses changes to state law since 2004, advisory from the Office of the Attorney General and associated case law.

Subscribers may read “Massachusetts Wage and Hours Handbook” as an e-book on the MCLE New England website HERE.

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