Stephen B. Moldof participates in a panel at the American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law’s International Labor and Employment Law Committee Midyear Meeting in Dublin, Ireland

Stephen B. Moldof will moderate and participate in a panel at the American Bar Association Section of Labor & Employment Law’s International Labor and Employment Law Committee Midyear Meeting in Dublin, Ireland on May 10, 2017.  Mr. Moldof will participate in a panel titled The Legal and Other Challenges to the “Gig Economy” around the Globe: What’s the Score?” which will discuss the status of statutory, regulatory and court-based challenges to, as well as organizing drives directed at, “app-driven” businesses and their alternative work models in various countries, and solutions that are being crafted in an effort to compromise the clashing interests of stakeholders in those disputes.  The panel will also address how regulation of those businesses, as well as companies using contingent, temporary or zero hours workforces, may be affected by the changing political landscapes in the U.S., U.K., E.U. and elsewhere.

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