Law360, New York (July 1, 2016, 6:59 PM EDT) -- With half of 2016 in the books, the employment law landscape has already seen several big decisions in the appellate courts, including a Seventh Circuit decision striking down the use of class waivers in arbitration agreements, and several settlements that have shined a harsh spotlight on the practice of labeling workers independent contractors instead of employees.
Here, Law360 looks at the cases that left the greatest mark on employment law in the first half of 2016.
Misclassification Takes Center Stage
One of the key issues playing out in employment law is the extent to which companies, particularly those in the ride-hailing...
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