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Freelance Isn’t Free Law In New York

Freelance Isn’t Free Law In New York

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The Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section (EASL) presents "Freelance Isn’t Free Law in New York"

Many people working in the Entertainment Industry in New York do so as a freelancer / independent contractor. Effective in 2017, the New York City Freelance Isn’t Free Act (FIFA) established protections for freelance workers including the right to a written contract, timely and full payment, and protection from retaliation. Recently legislation has been proposed in the New York State Assembly for a similar statewide law [2021/A9368]. This programl will discuss the success of FIFA, possible impediments to a claim, the likelihood of recovery, and the efforts to enact protections for freelancers throughout New York State.

Speakers

Planning Chair: Rosemarie Tully, Esq., Rosemarie Tully, P.C.

Moderator: Cheryl L. Davis, Esq., Author's Guild

Planning Co-Chair;Panelist: Anne Labarbera, Esq., Anne LaBarbera Professional Corporation

Planning Co-Chair: Ethan Y. Bordman, Esq., Ethan Y. Bordman, PLLC

Lloyd Lesperance, Chief of Staff, Freelancers Union

Planning Co-Chair;Panelist: Diane Krausz, Esq., Law Office of Diane Krausz

Rachel Feingold, Esq., Virginia & Ambinder

Umair Kazi, Director of Advocacy and Policy, Authors Guild

Planning Co-Chair;Panelist: Robert L. Seigel, Esq., Law Office of Robert L. Seigel

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Non-Member Price: $100.00
Published Date:
  • June 2, 2022
Format:
  • Online On-Demand
Product Code:
  • VMA11
Areas Of Professional Practice Credit(s):
  • 1.5
Total Credit(s):
  • 1.5