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Two Drivers Sue Trucking Company for Misclassification

May 21, 2013 Two truck drivers in Southern California allege that their employer, Harbor Express Inc., wrongfully classified them as independent contractors. The drivers claim that their classification as independent contractors has denied them several rights as employees, such as paid overtime, lunch breaks, workers’ compensation eligibility, and unemployment benefits eligibility. The drivers operate company-owned


Public Meeting Scheduled to Discuss the Future of I-81

The NYS Department of Transportation and the Syracuse Metropolitan Transportation Council are hosting a public meeting that will provide the results of the I-81 Corridor Study. Portions of I-81 are nearing the end of their lifespan and will need to be replaced or reconstructed over the next decade. Of particular concern are the elevated sections


See our webinar on YouTube

If you missed our webinar on reclassification issues in the trucking industry, you can now view it on our Youtube channel:


4/24/13 Webinar: Legislative Efforts to Reclassify Owner Operators & Part Time Employees

Join us for this brief, complimentary and educational web seminar discussing Legislative Efforts to Reclassify Owner Operators and Part Time Employees. This important issue will impact how your drivers are viewed by the IRS, and the obligations you may have to provide worker’s compensation and unemployment coverage. Subject matter expert Attorney John P. Kellenberger will