June 26, 2019
Kate M. Swearengen’s article, “Joint Employer Standard May Have Nine Lives,” has been published in the Spring 2019 issue of the American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law Newsletter. The article discusses the D.C. Circuit’s Browning-Ferris decision and its implications for the National Labor Relations Board’s proposed rulemaking on the standard for joint employer status.
A copy of the article is reprinted here with permission.
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