Partner Robert DeNichilo will be speaking on the topic of “Community Associations and the Joint Employer Conundrum: Is the Association Vendor its Employee?” at the National Community Association Law Seminar in Las Vegas on January 20, 2017.
The presentation explores the impact of the National Labor Relations Board’s recent decision expanding the scope of joint employer relationships, community associations may be inadvertently taking actions which could lead to the association being found to be a joint employer of its vendors’ employees. This could lead to exposure for workers compensation, overtime, vacation, discrimination, and other employment-related claims against the association by the employee. This session encourages audience participation and discussion as to circumstances where a joint employer relationship might be found, strategies associations and their counsel can take to limit the likelihood that the association would be found to be a joint employer, and how to limit liability in circumstances where the association could be determined to be a joint employer.
Partner Robert DeNichilo will be speaking on the topic of “Short Term Rentals, Long Term Enforcement Strategies” on October 21, 2016, at the CAI Legal forum in Indian Wells, CA, with attorneys Amy Tinetti of Hughes, Gill, Cochrane, P.C, and Laurie Poole of Peters & Freedman, L.L.P. The presentation explores the impact of short-term rentals on association resources and community values, and provides options for association’s dealing with short term rentals in their communities.
The CAI Legal Forum offers two education programs—one for community managers and one for board members and other homeowner leaders. Sessions are presented by expert panels, including government officials, seasoned management professionals and members of the prestigious College of Community Association Lawyers, a professional organization that represents the very best attorneys in the industry.
Anyone who lives in, works for or provides services to a California community association will leave the event more informed, more engaged and better able to contribute to a successful community. Click Here to learn more and register to attend the event.