Independent Contractor Classification: How to Get it Right (Webinar)
April 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Ever struggle with whether you or your workers are properly contracted? This webinar, hosted by Offit Kurman, will explain the current state of the law with respect to classifying workers as independent contractors, including developments at the state and federal level. The presentation will also cover tests and factors various jurisdictions and agencies use to decide whether a worker is properly classified as an independent contractor, as well as exemptions that apply to architects. Finally, we will give tips on best practices to ensure your company avoids liability in this area.
- Generally understand the current state of the law surrounding independent contractors;
- Understand factors to use to determine if a worker is properly classified as an independent contractor;
- Know where exemptions for architects may apply; and
- Implement best practices to properly classify workers as independent contractors
WHEN: Tuesday, April 7, 2020 at 12:00 pm
About our speaker
Attorney at Offit Kurman’s Philadelphia Office
Ms. Batista is a Labor & Employment attorney that assists her clients when deciding issues like: If my employee has exhausted her FMLA leave and remains out, am I required to hold her position open? Can I terminate my employee for testing positive for marijuana? Will this non-compete agreement be enforced? She helps her clients answer these and similar questions, and vigorously defends their decisions. She represents businesses, such as restaurants, hotels, banks, retailers and health care providers, in the spectrum of employment and labor claims. Specifically, Ms. Batista successfully defends employers against claims of discrimination and harassment, retaliation, wrongful terminations and wage and hour violations. An employee’s post-separation conduct often requires legal advice and action too. Ms. Batista commonly represents her clients in bringing actions for breach of restrictive covenants and contractual interference, as well as defends them against such claims. Employment and labor law is ever changing. Employers need to feel secure in how they manage their employees so they can focus on their business. Ms. Batista affords her clients that security.