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1099 vs W2
June 30 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
What’s the difference between 1099 vs W2? What is better for my situation? Why one over the other? If you have ever stopped to think about the pros and cons or have wanted a clear and simple breakdown, this webinar is for you!
Join us as we break it all down with two experts!
About the Speakers: Jill White and Patricia Holliman
Jill White – Jill is a resource for sound employer-focused advice and training on a wide range of employment topics. Her clients trust her to help them avoid legal disputes whenever possible. She is also an experienced litigator and a thought leader in employment law. She frequently writes and presents on labor and employment issues to professional organizations across the Southeast United States.
Jill’s litigation experience has involved discrimination and retaliation claims, leave of absence issues, wage disputes, unemployment claims, and employment agreements and covenants not to compete. This includes claims asserted under the FMLA, ADA, ADEA, FLSA and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, among others. She has successfully defended lawsuits filed in both state and federal courts, as well as in proceedings before administrative agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Department of Labor.
In addition to defending employers in litigation, Jill regularly advises employers on best practices for hiring and termination, disciplinary actions, and compliance with E-Verify and the Form I9. She collaborates with her clients on employment policies, handbooks, and employment agreements. As part of her counsel, Jill also provides clients with in-house training on employment topics, including anti-discrimination, harassment, FMLA, ADA, FLSA, workplace investigations, and E-Verify employment eligibility verification.
Patricia Holliman – As an associate in Womble Bond Dickinson’s Business Litigation Group, Patricia helps companies and individuals resolve labor and employment disputes involving discrimination and harassment claims under Title VII, the ADA, the ADEA, the FMLA, and equivalent state laws; unemployment insurance claims before the North Carolina Division of Employment Security; claims of wrongful termination and retaliation; and alleged wage and hour law violations. Additionally, Patricia works with clients to develop employment policies, handbooks, and agreements that are in compliance with federal and state labor and employment laws to effectively anticipate and manage their risks and avoid potential litigation. Patricia’s approach to her legal practice is understanding her clients’ business goals so that she can provide them with the best legal advice going forward.
Patricia has assisted with the development of various presentations for businesses and employment-related organizations such as the Winston-Salem Society for Human Resource Management and the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce. Patricia is an Associate Editor of the North Carolina Employment Law Letter and assists with the Firm’s blogs regarding the Fair Labor Standards Act and restrictive covenants.