ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN LAW – THE STATE OF PLAY IN 2015

By: Michael Mills, co-founder & chief strategy officer, Neota Logic via Legal Insider (aka The Orange Rag) The other day, a search for “artificial intelligence in law” produced 86,400 results from just the News section of Google’s vast index. From the Web as a whole, 32,800,000 results and from Videos – 261,000, beginning with Jude [...]

Recording & Slides: Independent Contracting Under Attack: Navigating the Classification & Compliance Challenge

Independent Contracting Under Attack: Navigating the Classification & Compliance Challenge With the DOL continuing to double down on its attack against use of independent contractors, this webinar will help you: Understand the DOL's current position on independent contracting. Know the rules: The federal and state tests in play. Avoid the "red flag" practices. Solve the [...]

Working on Overtime: The U.S. Department of Labor’s Proposal to Revise the Overtime Exemption Regulations

By Tammy D. McCutchen[1] In March 2014, President Obama ordered the U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) to revise the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA” or the “Act”) regulations governing when white collar employees can be classified as “exempt” from the FLSA minimum wage and overtime requirements. Declaring that “Americans have spent too long working more [...]

ComplianceHR mentioned in The Fiscal Times for our Independent Contractor App

ComplianceHR and our own VP, Managing Director-Strategic Solutions, Tammy McCutchen were featured in The Fiscal Times article, "As Clinton Moves Further Left on Regulations, Jobs Go Away" by Diana Furchtgott-Roth. But wait ... there’s an app for that. The law firm Littler Mendelson, working with Neota Logic, a technology company, has developed the ComplianceHR Independent [...]

Clinton says she’d ‘crack down’ on independent contractor abuse. Obama already has.

ComplianceHR's VP, Managing Director-Strategic Solutions, Tammy McCutchen was recently featured in the Washington Post in an article by Lydia DePillis. "That says that DOL isn’t going to find many people who are independent contractors," says Tammy McCutchen, a former wage and hour division administrator herself, who now works as an employer-side attorney at Littler Mendelson. [...]

When An Independent Contractor Is Really An Employee

Our own Tammy McCutchen is featured in this CNN Money article by Jeanne Sahadi. "I think employers will be more cautious, because DOL has essentially declared war on the independent contractor relationship," said Tammy McCutchen, a compliance attorney at Littler Mendelson, a firm that represents employers. McCutchen also used to run the Labor Department's Wage [...]

ComplianceHR featured by Inside Counsel

ComplianceHR and our own Tammy McCutchen were featured in Inside Counsel's article, "Is technology the solution for the increasing scrutiny on employment compliance?" by Amanda Ciccatelli. InsideCounsel sat down Tammy McCutchen, shareholder in Littler’s D.C. office and former Administrator of the Department of Labor’s Wage & Hour Division, to discuss the concerns employers face when [...]

ComplianceHR Announces Expansion of the Executive Management Team

ComplianceHR, a provider of intelligent, web-based employment applications, today announced additions to its executive team. Joining as President is Lori Brown, a highly regarded and seasoned attorney who comes to ComplianceHR from GardaWorld Cash Services, where she served as Chief Legal Officer and Head of Human Resources. In addition, Tammy McCutchen, a principal at Littler, [...]

Littler Launches New Technology Solution for Employment Law Compliance

ComplianceHR guides employers through hiring of independent contractors to maintain compliance in an increasingly scrutinized market SAN FRANCISCO (May 06, 2015) – Littler, the world’s largest employment and labor law practice representing management, announced today the launch of ComplianceHR, a joint venture designed to deliver an innovative suite of products and services that maximize the use [...]

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