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Indiana Appeals Court: Club Not “Employer” For Purposes of Commissions Claim

While wage-and-hour laws, like other employment laws. are generally “broad” and intended to foster the goal of worker protection, the scope of such laws is not limitless, as demonstrated by a recent decision from an Indiana appeals court addressing an alleged multiple or joint employer scenario.  Rodriguez v. S. Dunes Golf, LLC, 2014 Ind. App. … Continue Reading

New York State Court Reiterates That Commissions Are Not Wages Until Earned

Ensuring contracts and agreements reflect when incentive compensation – usually “commissions” – is earned is of paramount importance to New York employers who wish to maximize their rights, as evidenced by a recent decision from New York County Supreme Court Justice Ellen M. Coin.  Sherwin v Mestel & Co. N.Y., LLC, 2014 N.Y. Misc. LEXIS … Continue Reading
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