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Employment relationships are constantly evolving. The law in this area updates annually and it can feel overwhelming to keep up with it all.

-Are the workers you've contracted with independent contractors or should they be classified as employees?

-You have a signed contract, but now that AB 5 and AB 2257 have passed, is it still valid?

-How do you set up employment practices if you've only ever dealt with independent contractors?


G. Gomez Law can help you correctly classify workers, navigate employment relationships, and update your agreements so you're ready for next season's shows.

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