Media coverage and appearances

Terri Gerstein is frequently quoted in the media on workers' rights and employment law issues.

2022

Washington State Advances Landmark Deal on Gig Drivers' Job Status, Noam Scheiber and Kellem Browning, New York Times, February 4, 2022.

2021


Some States Could Stymie Enforcement of OSHA’s Shot-or-Test Rule, Bruce Rolfsen, Bloomberg Law, October 19, 2021.


Retail Jobs Are Treated As A Temporary Bridge To Something Better. But Why? Alina Selyukh, National Public Radio, September 27, 2021.


A Growing Trend: Treating Wage Theft As A Criminal Offense, Daniela Porat, Law 360, September 23, 2021.


Reinventing the Workweek, Meira Gebel, Dame Magazine, August 25, 2021.


Protecting Workers’ Rights in 2021, American Constitution Society, Broken Laws Podcast, August 17, 2021.

How Joe Biden's order on noncompetes could make it easier to quit your job, Irina Ivanova, CBS news, July 23, 2021.

It's time to end arbitrary firings in fast-food chains and elsewhere, Brooke Masters, Financial Times, July 7, 2021.

Top Court Swat at Union Access Rights Reaches Beyond Farms, Erin Mulvaney, Bloomberg Law, June 24, 2021.


Bad bosses: US prosecutors crack down on labour violations, Radmilla Suleymanova, Aljazeera, May 18, 2021.


Wall Street’s Grip on Secret Harassment Hearings Starts to Crack, Max Reyes, Bloomberg.com, May 12, 2021.


Big Law Builds Up State AG Expertise Amid Enforcement Boost, Ellen Gilmer, Bloomberglaw.com, May 12, 2021.


Biden could be the most pro-labor president in decades. These 81 government power players will take a major role in shaping policy during his administration, Tyler Sonnemaker, Business Insider, May 13, 2021.


How to End Wage Theft, Chris Bangert-Drowns, WPFW, May 10, 2021. Also available here.

Progressive Policing Requires a Well-Funded War on Corporate Crime, Nathan Newman, The American Prospect, February 2, 2021.

2020

NY Appeals Court Says Upstate Uber Driver is Employee, Michael Angell, Law360, December 18, 2020.

Prop 22 passes in California, exempting Uber and Lyft from classifying drivers as employees, Sara Ashley O’Brien, CNN Business, November 4, 2020.

Inside Scalia’s Pro-Industry Revamp of Labor Agency Enforcement, Ben Penn, Bloomberg Law, November 2, 2020.

McDonald’s Legal Boss Jerry Krulewitch Retires (1), Ruiqi Chen, Bloomberg Law, October 15, 2020.

Lack of oversight and transparency leave Amazon employees in the dark on Covid-19, April Glaser, Olivia Solon, Cyrus Farivar, Adiel Kaplan and Ezra Kaplan, NBCNews.com, September 30, 2020.

From tackling payroll fraud to suing Trump: Nessel recognized as leading AG on workers’ rights, Laina G. Stebbins, Michigan Advance, September 7, 2020.

State AGs Taking On Bigger Workplace Enforcement Role, Braden Campbell, Law360, August 28, 2020

Pa. is part of growing movement of state AGs defending workers’ rights, report finds, Juliana Feliciano Reyes, The Philadelphia Inquirer, August 27, 2020

Covid Gag Rules at U.S. Companies Are Putting Everyone at Risk, Josh Eidelson, Bloomberg Businessweek, August 27, 2020

Uber and Lyft could shut down in California this week. It may not help their cause, Sara Ashley O'Brien, CNN Business, August 16, 2020.

Summer was always a heat and health risk for UPS workers. Then came COVID-19., Adiel Kaplan and Lisa Riordan Seville, NBCNews.com, August 15, 2020.

Uber Might Briefly Shut Down In California After Court Rules That Drivers Are Employees, Whizy Kim, Refinery29, August 11, 2020.

COVID-19 Employment Study: American Job Losses and Recovery by State, Deb Gordon, Money Geek, August 8, 2020.

These Furloughed Workers Must Sign Arbitration Agreements To Get Their Jobs Back, Dave Jamieson, Huffington Post, July 22, 2020.

No Mask, No Service Rules Leave Workers Open to Customer Abuse, Robert Iafolla and Fatima Hussein, Bloomberg Law, July 21, 2020.

An ER Doctor Lost His Job After Criticizing His Hospital On Covid-19. Now He’s Suing, KPCW, May 29, 2020.

One Way To Protect Workers In A Pandemic: Make It Harder To Fire Them, Dave Jamieson, Huffington Post, May 22, 2020

‘We can only do so much’? Here’s what experts say Pa., Philly can do to protect workers during the coronavirus., Juliana Feliciano Reyes, The Philadelphia Inquirer, May 16, 2020

How To File For Unemployment If You've Been Affected By Coronavirus Layoffs, Monica Torres, HuffPost, March 23, 2020

Apple Case Shows Federal-State Split on Security Screening Pay, Robert Iafolla, Bloomberg Law, February 14, 2020

Gig economy bills move forward in other blue states, after California clears the way, Eli Rosenberg, The Washington Post, ‎January‎ ‎17‎, ‎2020

Courts Block State Laws Aimed at Protecting Workers, For Now, Erin Mulvaney, Bloomberg Law, January 2, 2020

pre-2020

Minnesota ramps up enforcement of new wage theft law, Briana Bierschbach, MPR News, December 18, 2019

Supreme Court Deals Blow to Workers’ Rights in 5-4 Decision Against Collective Action, appearance on Democracy Now, May 23, 2018.

Trump's slash to Labor Department budget could jeopardize workplace safety enforcement, Ginger Adams Otis, New York Daily News, May 6, 2017.

Radio and podcast appearances:


How to End Wage Theft, Chris Bangert-Drowns, WPFW, May 10, 2021. Also available here.

Miranda Warnings Podcast: "Episode 53: Uber, Lyft & The Gig Economy's Impact On Workers," hosted by David Miranda. Recorded Jan. 31, 2020.

Affording Your Life with Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison: Episode #6 What is Wage Theft? w/ Workers’ Rights Advocate Terri Gerstein, December 2019.

In-depth interview:

Syracuse University College of Law Impunity Watch's Covid-19 blog series: People Are Not Machines: An Interview with Terri Gerstein, September 28, 2020.