Classification Conundrum: It’s Not as Easy as A,B,C after Dynamex Operations West v. Superior Court (1.5 General Participatory Credits)

Published by San Diego County Bar Association


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In April of 2018, the California Supreme Court up-ended its test for determining whether someone should be classified as an employee or an independent contractor. The implications of Dynamex will impact almost every business. Please join us as our panel discusses the impact of Dynamex thus far, predictions for the future of classification, and takeaways for what your business and/or your clients should do in a post-Dynamex world.

Carolina Bravo-Karimi, Esq.
Attorney - Wilson Turner Kosmo LLP
Carolina Bravo-Karimi, Esq. is a member of the firm's Employment Law group. Her practice is focused on representing employers in a variety of employment disputes, including wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, and wage and hour...More
Doug Clifford
In-House Counsel - Eastridge Workforce Solutions
Doug advises and litigates legal issues in a wide range of employment-related legal matters on a daily basis, including employee relations, discipline, wage and hour compliance, workplace investigations, terminations, harassment/discrimination and...More
A. Mark Pope
After graduating from Steinert High School in Hamilton, New Jersey, I spent four years in Providence, Rhode Island at Brown University. When I graduated from from Brown I headed west to be a ski bum in Lake Tahoe. After a one-year stint working for...More

Originally Published

March 18, 2019

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  • Classification Conundrum - Video
  • Classification Conundrum - Paper

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