Panel Finds Tour Promoter Must Pay Unemployment Insurance

, New York Law Journal


The Third Department said that some aspects of the tour musicians' relationship with the promoter bolstered its argument that the musicians were independent contractors, but more compelling factors established the employer-employee relationship.

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Originally appeared in print as Panel Finds Tour Promoter Had Enough Control Over Musicians to Pay Unemployment Insurance

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