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When Partnership “Members” Are Employees

by Allen Matkins on

Last week, I wrote about how AB 2883 changes the definition of “employee” vis-a-vis corporate directors. See Is A Corporate Director An Employee Subject To Workers’ Compensation? AB 2883 also rewrites the definition of...more

Is A Corporate Director An Employee Subject To Workers’ Compensation?

by Allen Matkins on

Corporate lawyers tend to believe that directors and officers are not ineluctably employees. Thus, it may come as a surprise that California’s workers’ compensation law has for some time defined an “employee” to include...more

California Insurance-Related Bills Meet Deadline for Passage in 2013

by Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP on

The deadline for Assembly bills to be passed by the California State Assembly and for Senate bills to be passed by the California State Senate was last Friday, May 31. ...more

Decline in Trade Union Membership in the UK and some very interesting statistics

by PHILIP HENSON on

Philip Henson, Partner, and head of employment law, in the City of London law firm Bargate Murray discusses the key findings of new Government report showing the decline of Trade Union membership in the UK....more

Industrial Relations (Voting Procedures) Bill rejected in UK Parliament

by PHILIP HENSON on

A motion for leave to introduce a Private Members’ Bill which would have made some strikes illegal if they were not supported by a majority of union members at that workplace has been rejected. The discussion about the Bill,...more

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