file9281249337561Tomorrow, I’ll be part of a webinar produced by the American Bar Association on reasonable accommodations under the ADA.  You can still sign up here.

The topic page for the webinar gives a fairly concise summary:

A reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is any modification or adjustment to a job or

With apologies (credit?) to Randy Newman, you’ve got a friend in me.  Or at least an online “friend.”  It’s better than having enemies, right?

Regardless, you’re cordially invited to join me and others for another Pullman & Comley, LLC webinar on employment law. 

I’ll be leading the charge this time around with this webinar entitled:

After a brief hiatus, our free monthly webinar series is back.  On November 3, 2010 (from 12-1 p.m. EDT), my colleagues Jonathan Orleans and Tiffany Kouri will address two hot topics in employment law:

  1. State and federal authorities are focusing attention on the distinction between employees and independent contractors. Misclassification can expose employers to

Our webinar on employee misclassification and FLSA exemptions is set for noon today. There’s still time to register for this free webinar here (we hope to post the webinar audio later today). 

If you can’t make it (or even if you can), the following is a link to the webinar materials. In the webinar, we will

Earlier this week, I noted that a key legislative committee had approved a bill that would increase penalties for misclassification of workers as independent contractors. 

Yesterday, Attorney General Richard Blumenthal gave some more details to those changes in a press conference in announcing the recommendations of the Joint Enforcement Commission on Employee Misclassification

“A crackdown