Between a rock and a hard place - client's request can leave you liable

A recent case decided by the Alaska Supreme Court is yet another reminder of the pitfalls facing companies that work in multiemployer workplaces. In the case, a company was found liable under a theory of interference with contract when one of its supervisors asked its contractor to "effect a change" with regard to one of the contractor's employees. The contractor also was found liable to the employee when it fired him apparently based on the concerns raised by its client. Read More...