Employment Law: An Entertainment Industry Perspective

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A raft of common employment practices are now putting media and entertainment companies at risk. For example, incorrect classification of interns, volunteers, independent contractors, and full-time workers have all recently led to big legal headaches for small, mid-size, and even larger companies. Similarly, missteps in grants of equity to employees are leading to nasty tax consequences for employers and employees, souring relationships. Listen as two experienced employment lawyers review recent trends and identify traps every employer in the media and entertainment industries can avoid.

Topics include:

  • Misclassification of employees as something other than employees
  • Tests for distinguishing independent contractors, interns, and volunteers
  • Misclassification of “exempt” employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act
  • Real examples that don’t fit within the rules
  • Granting equity to new partners
  • How to avoid big tax problems
  • Responding to audits

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