Independent contractors are not treated the same as employees. While independent contractors have more freedom in their work, they also lack some of the protections enjoyed by traditional employees, such as workers' compensation and unemployment benefits. They are also responsible for paying their own taxes directly to the Internal Revenue Service from the first dollar since their taxes are not withheld. If you have a question as to whether you should work as an independent contractor or as an employee, contact an experienced employment law attorney today to discuss your situation.

If you need an experienced New York labor union lawyer or employment law attorney, look no further than the Long Island discrimination attorneys at the Law Offices of Louis D. Stober, Jr., L.L.C. With more than 30 years of employment and labor law experience, our firm is the premiere labor law and union representation firm in the Long Island area.

Our accomplished New York labor law attorneys represent several labor unions in Long Island, including the largest. In addition, we also represent individual employees in discrimination cases, sexual harassment cases, whistle blower cases, and negotiation of employment and severance packages.

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