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Independent Contractor VS Employee Comes to Courts....

Before you give me one bit of S*** you need to read this article and read the complaint filed US District California.
http://foreclosurepedia.org/the-clas...-terrified-of/

This sorta validates everything I've been saying for the past 4 years...sorry folks it is now time to s*** or get off the pot...the legal document you can review on the story is a boilerplate...you can replace their names and companies with yours and your states labor laws...

This is going to get crazy folks and those that wish to continue to keep their heads in the sand well......

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Before you give me one bit of S*** you need to read this article and read the complaint filed US District California.
http://foreclosurepedia.org/the-clas...-terrified-of/

This sorta validates everything I've been saying for the past 4 years...sorry folks it is now time to s*** or get off the pot...the legal document you can review on the story is a boilerplate...you can replace their names and companies with yours and your states labor laws...

This is going to get crazy folks and those that wish to continue to keep their heads in the sand well......
Great article. One of the few subjects that I agree with you 100% on double A Ron.
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I'm not worried or jumping ship until someone wins a case. You can make all the lawsuits you want but they don't really do anything until a case is won and penalties are handed out
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I was in an industry where you purchased a distributorship from the company. But because of how they micromanaged you and your action they was a class action lawsuit filed. They settled. That is more than likely what will happen here. To settle is a "no contest". To lose in court sets a precedent. They will not risk that.
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well, someone finally pulled the trigger. Now we have to see where the bullet lands.
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So what was the outcome of the suit. I can't read the article on my phone.
It says on the district court website the average suit last 6 months from the time of filing to jury verdict. So I would think suit is over with. But I'm just guessing

I bet fas settled it before it got to involved.
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This case just went to Discovery...and scheduling...12-1-14 is the trial date...
Motions will be going on for the next 12 months...
Here is a link for the scheduling...
http://docs.justia.com/cases/federal...2227/26/0.pdf#!

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http://cubicyard.us/?powerpress_pinw=17594-podcast

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