Please join Greenberg Traurig for a virtual discussion of recent developments regarding the definition of “independent contractor” and considerations for due diligence reviews and worker classification compliance. This webinar will
Continue Reading You Are Invited: Who or What Is an Independent Contractor? – May 25

Join us for Part II of our Traditional Labor webinar series, which will discuss potential changes to employee and employer rights under the National Labor Relations Act under the Biden
Continue Reading You Are Invited: Labor Law Changes Ahead – Practical Considerations for Every Employer – May 18

On Friday, March 5, join us for a panel discussion focused on the new administration and the anticipated impact on employment and immigration laws and regulations. Employers and government contractors
Continue Reading A Look Ahead: The First 100 Days of the Biden Administration and What Employers Need to Know

Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP Shareholder Charles Birenbaum will be the keynote speaker at the Argyle Digital Human Resources California Forum on September 24, 2020.

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Continue Reading Charles Birenbaum is the Keynote Speaker for the Argyle Digital Human Resources California Forum

Timothy Long and Lindsay Hutner of global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP will participate in the Independent Contractor, Joint Employment Misclassification Litigation Teleconference program on June 30.

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Continue Reading Timothy Long and Lindsay Hutner to Participate at Bridgeport’s Independent Contractor, Joint Employment Misclassification Litigation 2020 Teleconference

Greenberg Traurig will provide an informative webinar to discuss what employers should expect in 2017 regarding labor and employment legislation and litigation under the new administration.  Our panel will focus
Continue Reading Greenberg Traurig Webinar: Labor & Employment Law and the New Administration – Looking Ahead

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The Department of Labor has released proposed rules regarding overtime pay protection, including substantial changes to the minimum salary needed to establish exempt employee status and other expansions to the class of non-exempt workers. Please join Greenberg Traurig’s Labor & Employment Practice for a timely webinar discussion on the new proposed regulations and how they may impact your company’s policies, practices, and your business model.


Continue Reading Greenberg Traurig to Host ‘Is Your Business Model Ready for Overtime Pay Protection and the New Proposed Rules from the Department of Labor?’ Webinar