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- Franchisors Should Stay Out of Franchisee Personnel Management
The Legal Intelligencer | September 26, 2014
New York City partner and leader of the Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg and Los Angeles Labor & Employment associate Michael Curtis authored this column on circumstances where a franchisor may be liable for alleged employment law violations.
- NLRB Considering New Standards for Joint-Employer Status
Compliance Week | September 3, 2014
Providence Labor & Employment partner Andrew Prescott and New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchising & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg provide commentary on possible new standards from the National Labor Relations Board regarding two separate employers deemed as “joint employers.”
- Ineligible Assignee: Hedge Funds Are Not Financial Institutions
Turnarounds & Workouts | September 1, 2014
New York City Global Finance partner Alex Margolis provides commentary in this feature story discussing the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington’s decision to prohibit the transfer of a secured lender’s interest in a loan on the grounds that the transferee is not an “eligible assignee” under the loan agreement.