23 Oct Independent Contractors: Best Practices for Compliance With Federal and State Law Independent Contractors: Best Practices for Compliance With Federal and State Law Wednesday, October 23, 2019 (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM) 1 CE Hours Webinar Details You're Registered! DescriptionLocationInstructorsCancelation Policy Chris Morgan, an attorney at Barran Liebman LLP, presents an in-depth look at independent contractor status under federal and state law. The program will focus on compliance with IRS guidelines and the state of Oregon's requirements for meeting and maintaining independent contractor status. Webinar Webinar Chris Morgan The day before the webinar, we will send out an email with login instructions, handouts, and CE directions (including a sign-in sheet). Please fill out the provided sign-in sheet and then return it to OAR. We will then process it and send out CE certificates, within the week. If you are providing the webinar for more than one person, you are considered the host. As host, you just need to have everyone else that attends the webinar also fill out the sign-in sheet. Once it is returned to OAR, we will email each individual attendee instructions on how to access their CE certificate. We want to offer you the best experience possible with our webinars. However, OAR cannot be responsible for user technology factors such as internet connection speed that may affect the quality of the webinar transmission. Please click here to see the minimum system requirements for viewing webinars.To receive a full refund, a cancellation request must be received via email (email@example.com) 48-hours prior to the start of any class. Any cancellation request received after the 48-hour time period will result in no refund. No refunds or credit given for NO-SHOWS. Emergency cancellations may be considered by the course provider and will be reviewed on a case by case basis. OAR Live Courses & Online Courses Are NON-TRANSFERABLE.OAR live and online courses are different products. Time spent in each cannot be transferred from one to the other or interchanged. All students should be advised that they are required to complete 100% of the OAR course solely live in the classroom or 100% of the OAR course solely online; if a student chooses to cancel from one mode to another, they must start the course again from the beginning. A cancellation must be approved by OAR.