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Labor & Employment – Independent Contractor – Sales Representative – Wage & Hour Act Inapplicable (access required)

Wetherby v. B6USA, Inc. The trial court correctly concluded that plaintiff was an independent contractor based on its finding that “Plaintiff had complete control over the method by which he sought and closed sales; the Plaintiff worked his own hours, without minimum or maximum requirements, either in or out of the office of the corporate Defendant; the Plaintiff worked for a fixed price, subject to additional bonuses for sales productions; the Plaintiff simultaneously worked for two companies from January through some of May, 2007; and the Plaintiff selected his own work time and work location.”

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