Common-Law Employee

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Common-Law Employee. An individual paid from W-2 Payroll of the Company or a Subsidiary. If, during any period, the Company (or a Subsidiary, as applicable) has not treated an individual as a Common-Law Employee and, for that reason, has not paid such individual in a manner which results in the issuance of a Form W-2 and withheld taxes with respect to him or her, then that individual shall not be an eligible Common-Law Employee for that period, even if any person, court or government agency determines,... retroactively, that such individual is or was a Common-Law Employee during all or any portion of that period View More
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