EB MAP: That’s Not My Employee! Why the California Courts and Government Agencies May Disagree| E2141016

Instructors

Date :
October 7, 2016 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Location :
East Bay Area
Facility :
Sunrise Bistro
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Level of Difficulty :
Basic
CPE Credits :
CPE 1.00
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Recent legislation and court decisions redefined the term “Employer” more broadly than ever. Employers and persons advising employers are at risk of being liable for misclassifying employees as independent contractors and failing to pay employees correctly. Learn how your practice could be at risk, and how to help your clients make safe decisions
 
MAP meetings are held the first Friday of the month, with the exception of April, at 7:30 - 9 a.m. at Sunrise Bistro. We order, and pay, individually from the menu. Questions? Contact Hank Levy (510) 652-1000 x 305 or Michele Day (925) 551-8100.

Objectives:

  • Learn about possible legal pitfalls when hiring workers. 
  • Gain an understanding about how the government is viewing an enforcing .
  • Understand how to minimize the risk of litigation and maximize the chance of prevailing in the event of litigation
  • Review common pitfalls by small employers when hiring workers.

Major Subjects:

  • Independent contractor versus employee: It’s not just your client’s problem anymore
  • Minimum wage and overtime requirements: How to pay correctly
  • Update on recent changes in California employment law

Advanced Prep:

None

Misc. Information:

Order and pay for breakfast individually at event.
Level of Difficulty:
Basic
Field of Interest:
Personnel/HR
Prerequisites:
None
Designed For:
CPAs with small practices and CPAs that advise small to mid-sized employers

Instructors

Robert Nuddleman
Robert Nuddleman is the owner and primary attorney at the Nuddleman Law Firm, P.C. He represents individuals and companies in federal and state court and various administrative agencies such as the California Department of Industrial Relations (Labor Commissioner), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Fair Employment and Housing, and Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board. A significant focus of Mr. Nuddleman’s practice relates to wage and hour claims, breach of contract, trade secret protection, claims of sex, race, age, and pregnancy discrimination and/or harassment and accommodating persons with disabilities. Mr. Nuddleman advises and represents business clients in employment and business matters in an attempt to avoid litigation and reduce potential exposure to claims of all kinds in light of developing law. A particular focus of Mr. Nuddleman’s practice includes advising caregiver agencies, trustees, conservators, families, residential care facilities, care homes and others regarding wage and hour and employment laws in the elder care industry. Mr. Nuddleman frequently presents seminars and workshops regarding workplace disputes and compliance with federal, state and local employment laws.
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