Month: May 2016

MetLife, Corporate Liability and Ponzi Schemes

May 31, 2016

An article in this week’s New York Times summarizes the issues raised in an ongoing lawsuit against MetLife and two of its subsidiaries. The case involves a defunct real estate fund, Diversified Lending Group, run by Bruce Friedman, that offered a high guaranteed rate of return to its investors. The […]

Employee Misclassification – When is it Wage Theft?

May 20, 2016

Employee misclassification continues to cost workers their lawful wages. They may not receive their on-the-job benefits and are shorted earned wages. When employers intentionally misclassify workers it is considered wage theft. Employee Misclassification: Independent Contractor One way workers are misclassified is when they are improperly designated an Independent Contractor. They […]

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