On February, 21, 2014, Craig W. Trepanier spoke about independent contractor law at Employment Law 60: The 60 Cases Every Employment Lawyer Must Know Inside and Out, a Continuing Legal Education seminar. The Minnesota State Bar Association organized and hosted the event at the Minnesota Continuing Legal Education Conference Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. A manual containing summaries of all sixty cases that were presented at the event is available for purchase on the Minnesota Continuing Legal Education’s website.
Following the seminar, author Lisa Milam-Perez wrote an excellent summary of Craig’s presentation for the Employment Law Daily entitled, “Independent Contractor Misclassification: Five Key Cases, Four Key Tests.” To read a copy of the article, click here.
Craig routinely represents employers, business executives and salespersons in wage and hour matters, including independent contractor misclassification, FLSA overtime litigation, and disputes over unpaid wages, commissions, and bonuses. Craig may be reached at 612.455.0502 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your company needs to draft or revise an independent contractor or consulting agreement, or to defend litigation alleging that you have misclassified an independent contractor, please contact Craig.