Maryland Gets Tough On Classification Of Workers As "Independent Contractors"

By Michael Schrier and Joel Rubinstein

The State of Maryland is cracking down on what it perceives to be a problem with construction or landscaping contractors and subcontractors misclassifying workers as “independent contractors” instead of as “employees.” Maryland’s new enforcement mechanisms have the potential to impose significant penalties for misclassification. As a result of these new enforcement schemes, all construction companies with workers located in Maryland and who are classified as “independent contractors” should carefully review such classifications for compliance with new statutory and enforcement regimes to make sure such workers have not been inadvertently misclassified.

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