Consequences For Misclassifying Workers As Independent Contractors

Posted on May 11, 2022

Sometimes, at first blush, it may seem beneficial to treat workers as independent contractors rather than employees.  In general, when dealing with independent contractors employers do not make matching contributions for Social Security and Medicare (“FICA”) payments and do not have to pay overtime. Workers sometimes desire to be treated as independent contractors so that […]

Branscomb Law Congratulates Class of 2022 Emerging Professionals

Posted on May 6, 2022

Branscomb Law and @Education to Employment Partners would like to say congratulations to the Class of 2022 Emerging Professionals interns!! On Wednesday, May 4th,  we celebrated the successful completion of their internships as they prepare to graduate from high school and pursue their goals toward successful careers. Branscomb Law sponsored two interns, Rianne Olivares – […]