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Michael Mortensen Comments on Implications of Joint Employer Decisions Applying Browning-Ferris

Michael Mortensen comments on the major impact Browning-Ferris has had on businesses in ways that are not reflected by the number of decisions that applied the test in "Joint Employment Test’s Bark May Be Worse Than Its Bite," published by Bloomberg Law.

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