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  • MEDICAL MARIJUANA – COLORADO SUPREME COURT SIDES WITH EMPLOYERS



    Guest Author:  Lisa A. Baiocchi, Esq.

    Pautsch Spognardi & Baiocchi Legal Group LLP

    Last week Monday, in a 6-0 decision, the Colorado Supreme Court affirmed the lower courts' rulings that employers (in Colorado) do not violate the law when terminating an employee who uses medical marijuana, off duty, and then...

  • WHAT DETERMINES WAGE LEVELS IN THE MARKET?



    There are two competing economic theories for what determines wage levels in the marketplace. The classic model is based on long run lasting effects from the expansion and contraction of the economic cycle which in turn drive wage rates; essentially tying wages to supply and demand for labor over time. The alternative model, which has been gaining support since the 1990s, is that wage levels are d...
  • JOINT EMPLOYER LIABILITY



    In last week’s blog we looked at when ‘Independent Contractors’ are really ‘Employees’.  Now let’s look at the rules regarding sub-contractors, temporary staffing and leased employees and what constitutes a joint employer relationship with the contractor or leasing agency and the client business.   The use of sub-contractors, temporary staffing, leased employees and independent contractors can ...