Apparently a lot of studios and labels are getting sued by unpaid interns. No, not for sending them down to the local electronics shop to pick up a bag of nanowebers, but for unpaid wages. If they're involved in a legit training program that benefits the intern (as opposed to doing work that benefits the studio) that's apparently one thing, but a lot of interns at a lot of studios are actually more like unpaid labor - and that's against the law.
Here's a couple of link to an article you may find interesting.
Be careful out there guys - and be fair to those who assist you.
I'd love to hear some of your thoughts on the subject.