Nonprofit Organization Relationships: Employee or Independent Contractor?
Learn practical tips for employers.
Most leaders of nonprofit organizations inherit problem areas that have arisen gradually over time. One of those problem areas may be when it comes to determining whether someone within the organization is either an employee or an independent contractor. This white paper reviews the differences between the two relationships.
Practices on a wide variety of matters with a focus on not-for-profit law
Admitted to and has practiced in the U.S. District Courts of New York (all four districts), California, Illinois, Florida, District of Columbia, Colorado, and Oregon
Frequent speaker for a large variety of audiences in the hospitality and not-for-profit industries including regularly giving educational presentations for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce at its Institute for Organization Management
Past chairman of the Trade and Professional Association Committee of the Chicago Bar Association and recently served on its prestigious Nominating Committee
J.D. degree; LL.M. degree in taxation, Washington University School of Law in St. Louis; B.B.A. degree in finance, University of Iowa
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