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Employment Law Essentials: Who is an "Employee"? Who is an "Employer"?

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Date Published

June 10, 2021


Sonoma County Bar Association


Labor & Employment


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SCBA’s L & E and Barrister’s section, in conjunction with PASCO kicks off this series exploring “who is in”, “who is out” and “who” is both “in and out”, within the now-broad definition of “employee” under Dynamex/AB 5. Learn the emerging law on the risks of misclassifying workers and statutory carve outs. In the second hour, Rick Rybicki and Valorie Bader will examine the “employer” in the context of real life examples of the attorney-client relationship, and obligations and liabilities for businesses and the individuals who work for them. 1 hour ethics credit.

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Valorie Bader
Welty, Weaver & Currie

Ms. Bader has practiced in the areas of employment and business counseling, training, and employment litigation since 1986.... Read More

Richard C. Rybicki
Rybicki & Associates | P.C

Richard Rybicki advises clients on a broad rangeof labor and employment law issues. He hasrepresented employers, employer... Read More

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