Best Practices: Dismissing Employees or Business Partners As a small business owner, you have much to accomplish every day. Perhaps you are considering hiring workers or taking on a business partner. And maybe you already have these established relationships. But what if things are just not going well. What steps can you take to avoid messy departures or costly litigation?
Part I of this workshop will cover:
What it means to be an employment at-will or contract employee
Understanding the difference between an independent contractor and an employee
Avoiding problems or lawsuits when terminating these relationships
Part II of this workshop will cover:
A brief refresher on business partnerships and LLCs
The real reasons businesses break up
Planning ahead with partnership or operating agreements
Practical solutions for getting people out of your company
Jaren Wieland obtained her law degree cum laude from the University of Iowa in 2009. After working for two years as a family law attorney, Ms. Wieland practiced complex civil, employment, and insurance litigation with a renowned litigation firm, Gjording Fouser, in Boise. Ms. Wieland is a managing partner with Mooney Wieland Smith & Rose PLLC in Boise, where she specializes in commercial and employment litigation.
Steven Wieland graduated magna cum laude from the University of Iowa College of Law in 2009. He clerked for Justice W. Jones on the Idaho Supreme Court for two years, then spent four years as a complex commercial and intellectual property litigator with Hawley Troxell, Idaho's largest law firm. Mr. Wieland continues to represent businesses in a variety of intellectual property and corporate matters as a partner with Mooney Wieland Smith & Rose PLLC.
Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Cost: Complimentary - You must register to reserve a space. Seating is limited Place: Zions Bank, Business Resource Center, 800 W. Main Street, 6th Floor, Boise, ID
Parking: Eastman Garage or other downtown garages
Registration: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 208-501-7573 to reserve your seat