Independent Contractor: Is the Safe Harbor Closed Audio Download

    Independent Contractor: Is the Safe Harbor Closed Audio Download

    Independent Contractor: Is the Safe Harbor Closed Audio Download

    The federal government has made misclassification of workers a major priority, and many states are not far behind. Not only is the Department of Labor investigating the use and impact of independent contractors in the workplace, but the IRS has embarked on countless audits to ensure that employers are properly accounting for ...
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    The federal government has made misclassification of workers a major priority, and many states are not far behind. Not only is the Department of Labor investigating the use and impact of independent contractors in the workplace, but the IRS has embarked on countless audits to ensure that employers are properly accounting for employees. Is it actually possible for someone to still be self-employed and provide services, or is the independent contractor a relic of the past? This panel discusses the latest initiatives, employer strategies for compliance with this fast changing area of the law, and worker challenges to the denial of benefits. MODERATOR: James M. Reif, Gladstein Reif and Meginniss LLP, New York, NY SPEAKERS:Hon. M. Patricia Smith, U.S. Department of Labor, Washington, DCMichelle W. Johnson, Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP, Atlanta, GAGregory K. McGillivary, Woodley & McGillivary, Washington, DCCatherine K. Ruckelshaus, National Employment Law Project, New York, NY

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    Section of Labor and Employment Law

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    5250149AUD

    Publication Date

    11/1/2012 12:00:00 AM

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