Event: How the New Gig Worker Law & Immigration Regulations Impact Small Business – November 13, 2019

Join Mark Jaffe and The Lamorinda Entrepreneurs for a panel discussion featuring three seasoned attorneys who will cover everything you need to know about how the new gig worker law and immigration regulations impact small businesses along with other common employment legal issues for small business and independent contractors alike.


About this Event


Wednesday, November 13th


Orinda Country Club


Thinking of finding help or looking to offer your services? Did you know that California’s new “gig worker” law (CA AB-5) now requires most independent contractors to be employees? Are you familiar with how to document a person’s eligibility to work in the United States? Or, perhaps you are concerned about protecting work product in employment terminations?


-Mark Jaffe, Business Attorney


On privacy issues and non-disclosure agreements to protect work product

-Nadia Yakoob, Immigration Attorney


On the need to verify an employee’s eligibility to work in the US and maintaining these records

-Martin Sances, Business Attorney


On the differences between an “employee” and an “independent contractor” and the impact of CA AB-5

No Host Bar Available


7:00pm-8:00p-Legal Panel


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