Unformatted text preview: servants, which students are not, than the individuals are considered “employees” (NYU, Brown—Sure-Tan). According to Cedars-Sinai the term “employee” is nothing more than an extension of the common law concept of the conventional master-servant relationship (NYU pg 2). The definition of an “employee” according to Cedars-Sinai mirrors In the New York University case, the Board argued that the students were employees within the meaning of Section 2(3) of the Act, because they carried out services “under the control and direction of the university , for which they were compensated by the university”....
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- Fall '07
- Common Law, Supreme Court of the United States, Rutgers University, The Bronx