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That's Not My Employee! How the Supreme Court Killed the Independent Contractor Relationship
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That's Not My Employee! How the Supreme Court Killed the Independent Contractor Relationship

The SCCBA Labor and Employment Section presents an MCLE Brown Bag:

10/24/2018
When: October 24, 2018
12:15PM -1:15PM
Where: SCCBA Conference Center
31 N. 2nd Street
Ste. 400
San Jose, California  95113
United States
Contact: SCCBA
408-287-2557


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That's Not My Employee! Wanna bet? How the Supreme Court Killed the Independent Contractor Relationship

 

On April 30, 2018 the California Supreme Court tossed aside more than 60 years of laws defining “independent contractors.”  The Dynamex Court replaced all the former definitions for independent contractors with the new “ABC” test.  The “B” test holds that when any business is unable to prove the contractor / worker did not do work completely “outside the usual course of the business,” that contractor / worker automatically becomes an employee.  The Dynamex court only identified plumbers and electricians as true independent contractors.  Is every other person performing work, now an employee? This question, and more, will be answered by experienced labor and employment law attorneys Richard Schramm and Robert Nuddleman in this essential brown bag.

 

 

Pricing:
SCCBA Member: $35
Non-Member: $60
Honorary: FREE
 
Registration: 11:45 aM
program: 12:15-1:15 pm


MCLE CREDIT: 
1.0 General Substantive Law


SPEAKERS:

Richard Schramm, Employment Rights Attorneys, LLP
Robert Nuddleman,  Nuddleman Law Firm, P.C.

 


 

 

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