Richard Alfred, Marshall Babson, Joshua Ditelberg, Bradford Livingston, Stuart Newman and Karla Sanchez authored an article in the December issue of Employee Benefit Plan Review entitled "How Will Browning-Ferris Change the Test for Joint-Employer Status for Union and Non-Union Employers?" This article focuses on the NLRB's much-awaited decision in Browning-Ferris that expansively broadened the definition of who is a joint employer-an otherwise unrelated entity that does not hire, fire, supervise, or determine the wages and benefits of another employer's employees but that nevertheless bears responsibilities to those employees under the NLRA.

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