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Presentation at EB Low Cost Ed Day

On Saturday, October 29th, I’ll be conducting a presentation at CalCPA’s East Bay Low Cost Ed Day. I’m looking forward to the presentation, where I will discuss Wage & Hour Best Practices – How to Best Advise Your Clients in this Complex Area. Presentation Topics   Employees v. Independent Contractors Differences Consequences of Misclassification  Applicable laws & […]


Upcoming Presentations About Employment Laws

Upcoming Presentations I’m very excited about two upcoming presentations that I will present regarding employment laws. California Society of CPAs At this upcoming presentation on October 7, 2016, I will discuss: “That’s Not My Employee! Why the California Courts and Government Agencies May Disagree” to the CalCPA at Sunrise Bistro in Walnut Creek.  We will cover: […]


Presentation: Paying Caregivers

Are you confused about the rules regarding paying caregivers? On May 18, 2016, I will be presenting: Understanding Wage and Hour Laws When Paying Caregivers to the Silicon Valley Chapter of the Professional Fiduciary Association of California (PFAC). The presentation will: Explain changes in the law regarding wages for caregivers, personal attendants and companions. Provide information fiduciaries need so they can […]


Sexual Harassment Training Does Not Work

Sexual Harassment Training Doesn’t Work A recent study by the EEOC suggests sexual harassment training does not work. In California, employers with 50 or more employees must provide 2 hours of sexual harassment prevention training to managers and supervisors every two years. Smart employers train all employees on a regular basis. Does sexual harassment prevention […]


Happy Holidays and Predictions for 2018

Happy Holidays Before I get into my employment law predictions for 2018, let me thank my friends, family, colleagues and clients. You’ve helped make 2017 so successful. I am so grateful and blessed to have so many wonderful people in my life. Practicing law gives me the opportunity to help others and change their lives […]


Hiring Caregivers Horror Stories – Part 1

Horror Stories from Hiring Caregivers – Part 1 I help a lot of families, trustees, conservators and other fiduciaries resolve disputes with caregivers. I also represent a number of caregivers in disputes with the families that hired them. I frequently educate those in the circle of care regarding the common pitfalls when hiring caregivers. I […]


Working with Caregivers: Solutions to Common Problems

On September 20th I will be presenting: Working with Caregivers: Solutions to Common Problems at the PFAC’s Northern California Education Day. For those of who you are not familiar with PFAC, the Professional Fiduciary Association of California is an organization dedicated to servicing professional fiduciaries by providing ongoing educational opportunities, legislative advocacy, and professional resources. PFACE helps […]


Employee Benefit Plans

I oftentimes get questions about employee benefit plans, such as health insurance plans and retirement plans. ERISA laws–the Employee Retirement Income Securities Act–govern employer provided benefit and welfare plans. Although I can answer some basic questions about ERISA plans, and have even litigated a couple of cases with ERISA issues, I rely on experienced ERISA […]


Labor Law and Payroll Tax Seminar

Labor Law and Payroll Tax Seminar The California Employment Development Department (EDD) and the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE or Labor Commissioner) are hosting a free seminar regarding labor law issues, wage and hour requirements and payroll tax issues. The presentation will cover: Record keeping requirements Reporting requirements Employer obligations Payment requirements Common wage […]