Misclassification of Workers in the Entertainment Industry

The nature of the entertainment industry is to engage workers for short periods of time to provide their skills and expertise on a production. Generally, many employers in the film, television and theatre industry will engage their cast and crew as independent contractors for this reason. However, just because the length of a job on [...]

2020-03-02T02:50:35+00:00February 23rd, 2020|Business Advice, Compliance, Contracts, Corporate Advisory, employees, Employment Law|Comments Off on Misclassification of Workers in the Entertainment Industry

Are you a freelance artist or contractor thinking of heading over to California for work?

If you are you might want to get up to speed on the latest changes to Californian employment law. It may just affect how you negotiate your gigs! California has just amended its law with regards to the classification of independent contractors and employees and it is going to have a massive effect on the [...]

2019-10-11T00:09:53+00:00October 2nd, 2019|Business Advice, Contracts, Corporate Advisory, employees, Employment Law|Comments Off on Are you a freelance artist or contractor thinking of heading over to California for work?

What’s Mine is Yours! Owning Your IP in the Gig Economy

A huge benefit to start-ups and established business alike has been the advent of the gig economy: lower cost, remote, ready and willing workers with unique skill sets that are ideal for one-off engagements.  This revolution has aided in the realisation of some great ideas where previously idea originators lacked the know-how, resources or time [...]

2018-10-25T00:14:50+00:00October 25th, 2018|Business Advice, Contracts, Corporate Advisory, employees|Comments Off on What’s Mine is Yours! Owning Your IP in the Gig Economy