Excerpt from Practical Guidance

Joint Employment Relationships: Best Practices And Risks

Law360, New York (March 28, 2017, 12:56 PM EDT) -- Jonathan M. Linas

Elizabeth B. McRee This article is an excerpt from the practice note entitled "Joint Employment Relationships: Best Practices and Risks" in Lexis Practice Advisor's Labor & Employment module.

This practice note identifies certain preliminary considerations when starting your analysis of a potential or alleged joint employer relationship involving your client. A joint employment relationship means that separate entities have enough control over the same employees so that a court or administrative agency would find the employers to be jointly liable. This practice note gives examples of the risks your client may face if found to be such a...

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