The Art Law Section presents
Art, Work, and the Law: Navigating the Employee-Independent Contractor Distinction in the Arts
||Wednesday, April 21, 2021
||12:00 - 1:30 p.m.
SFMOMA, General Counsel Fellow-
Assistant General Counsel
The Jhaveri-Weeks Firm, Founder
| Matthew Dedon
Art Law Access, Co-Founder
| Theresa Bichsel
Department of Industrial Relations
Art organizations, artists, and art-world professionals have been forced to adapt to AB5 since its adoption in 2020. Through the lens of four practitioners in the art law and employment spaces, hear more about the challenges posed by AB5, the uncertainties that the law can cause, and best practices for compliance.
- Understand the breadth and reach of AB5
- Discuss common scenarios and compliance concerns arts organization face due to AB5
- Hear real world examples of AB5’s effect on arts organizations and best practices for compliance
- Appreciate the effect of AB5’s retroactivity based on the Supreme Court holding in Vasquez v. Jan-Pro Franchising International, Inc.
- Learn how the claims process with the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) functions.
- Learn how AB5 is enforced.
Event Code: G212601
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