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Legal: Consultants, Employees and Interns: What’s the Difference?

Join WBDC's Summer Legal Clinic
Legal: Consultants, Employees or Interns: What’s the Difference?
August 13th, 2019
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
What You'll Gain:
  • Understand the classification of an intern, employee, volunteer and independent contractor
  • Learn about the personal liability you could face
Cost: $0
Description:

The laws are complicated to understand and the questions are can anyone classified as an intern, employee, volunteer or independent contractor? Miscategorizing any worker—including an intern—can result in fines and lawsuits, definitely things you want to avoid for your company. At the end of the day, the best option is to consult an employment lawyer if you have specific questions.

Location:

Women’s Business Development Council
412 Roosevelt Drive
Derby, CT

Registration Required/No Charge

Instructor: Paula N. Anthony
Title: Attorney - Berchem Moses, PC
Bio: As a member of the Labor and Employment practice group at Berchem Moses, Paula advises private and public sector employers on a wide variety of personnel and employment matters. She has a notable record of success representing management in mediation, grievance arbitration and employment litigation, as well as extensive experience in conducting workplace investigations involving employee misconduct, violation of workplace policies, and discrimination and/or harassment complaints. She is a regular presenter on labor and employment topics to various professional groups and employers.
Register for Legal: Consultants, Employees or Interns: What’s the Difference?
Terms of Service: WBDC is a nonprofit organization, required by its funders to collect data requested on this form. WBDC places great value on your personal privacy and the confidential facts and figures you disclose concerning your business activities. Information concerning you and your business is kept strictly confidential and is reported only in aggregate unless prior approval is received from you. WBDC is able to offer its programs and services at afforable and/or reduced rates due to the support of Federal, State, Municipal, Corporate and Individual contributors and the programs or services you participate in are either partially or fully subsidized.

Small Business AssociationThis program is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. We make reasonable accommodations for access by persons with disabilities.