From Law360: “NLRB Rule Favors Business In Complex Joint Employer Arena”
In an article published in Law360, Obermayer labor and employment attorneys Thomas Hearn, Ivo Becica and Tyler Dunphy discuss the National Labor Relations Board’s final version of its new standard for determining whether workers can be considered employees of multiple business as joint employers.
Thomas Hearn concentrates his practice in labor and management relations, employment discrimination and employee contracts. He has extensive experience in equal employment opportunity cases before state and federal agencies, employment discrimination litigation, and unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board.
Ivo Becica represents employers in their defense of employees’ claims in state or federal court, in private binding arbitration, or before agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”). He has substantial experience defending lawsuits and charges brought by employees under a variety of federal and state laws and workers’ compensation retaliation claims.
Tyler Dunphy focuses his practice on all aspects of labor and employment law including labor arbitration, internal investigations, wage and hour, employment litigation, immigration, and executive compensation and employee benefits. in order to supplement his practice, Tyler is currently enrolled in a joint Masters in Education program between Penn GSE and the Wharton School, so that he is even better equipped to serve the needs of his institutional clients, in propagating proactive and preventative work place policies.