- The rule did not meet the requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act and rulings by the judicial branch
- The focus on two core factors (control over one’s work and one’s opportunity for profit or loss based on initiative and/or investment) was not a balanced approach to determining employment relationships
- The rule took too narrow a view to determine worker status
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