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When is a Commute Not a Commute? In a Company Car (Well, Maybe)!

In my last post, I outlined the “normal” commuting case after Congress passed the Employee Commuting Flexibility Act (ECFA). The ECFA clarified the applicability of the Portal-to-Portal Act to the payment of wages to...more

Can A GPS Result In TMI?

The answer is “yes” – tracking employees by using Global Positioning Systems (GPS) can give an employer too much information (TMI). Surreptitious Surveillance In 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court held (in the case of U.S....more

Employee Not Entitled To Compensation For Time Spent Commuting To And From Job Sites And Home In Company Vehicle While Carrying...

In a recent decision, the Connecticut Supreme Court found that a plumbing foreman was not entitled to compensation for the time he spent commuting to and from job sites and his home at the beginning and end of his workday,...more

Employer Held Not Vicariously Liable For Employee’s Alleged Negligent Use Of Company Car

Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. provided Troy Martinez with a company vehicle to use in the execution of his duties. After completing a day’s work, Martinez drove to Bakersfield with his family to purchase a car for his...more

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