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Is Anyone Still Using Unpaid Interns?
Posted on 15 Sep 2015 by Jon Hyman

I’ve cautioning about the use of unpaid interns almost as long as this blog has been a blog ( here , here , and here , for example). Last week, the 11th Circuit, in Schumann v. Collier Anesthesia [pdf] , became the third federal appellate court... Read More

Another Court Adopts "Primary Beneficiary" Internship Analysis
Posted on 25 Sep 2015 by Fisher & Phillips LLP

We reported in July that the Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals (with jurisdiction over Connecticut, New York, and Vermont) laid out seven non-exhaustive factors as part of a "primary beneficiary" analysis for evaluating whether unpaid interns... Read More

Another Appellate Court Dropkicks the DOL’s Unpaid-Internship Test
Posted on 15 Sep 2015 by Eric Meyer

“So, dynamic, Eric . Is there anything you can’t do ?” Oh, hey there. Didn’t see you come in. You probably didn’t come here to read about Law360 naming me one of the 20 attorneys who are killing it on Twitter . (You can... Read More

  • Blog Post: Another Appellate Court Dropkicks the DOL’s Unpaid-Internship Test

    “So, dynamic, Eric . Is there anything you can’t do ?” Oh, hey there. Didn’t see you come in. You probably didn’t come here to read about Law360 naming me one of the 20 attorneys who are killing it on Twitter . (You can follow me here ). No, you’re looking for...
  • Blog Post: Is Anyone Still Using Unpaid Interns?

    I’ve cautioning about the use of unpaid interns almost as long as this blog has been a blog ( here , here , and here , for example). Last week, the 11th Circuit, in Schumann v. Collier Anesthesia [pdf] , became the third federal appellate court to cast aside the DOL’s six-factor internship...
  • Blog Post: Another Court Adopts "Primary Beneficiary" Internship Analysis

    We reported in July that the Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals (with jurisdiction over Connecticut, New York, and Vermont) laid out seven non-exhaustive factors as part of a "primary beneficiary" analysis for evaluating whether unpaid interns are "employees" for purposes of the...