About the Publisher
PJC Publishing, founded in 1992, is the leading publisher of authoritative legal resources on independent-contractor law, unemployment taxation, and worker-classification issues. Our products provide quick and reliable guidance on: contingent-workforce engagement and management, relevant regulatory compliance, and federal and state developments affecting your use of independent contractors. No other publisher offers this level of expertise on these topics.
About the Author
Russell A. Hollrah is an “AV”-rated attorney with a national practice dedicated to employee benefits, employment taxes, and the specific application of those laws to contingent workers, such as independent contractors and leased employees. He advises firms on structuring relationships with contingent workers, either directly or through a third-party firm. He also defends companies against challenges to their treatment of workers as non-employees. His clients include both the companies for which contingent workers perform services as well as the companies that engage workers and refer or assign them to perform services for other companies. His practice covers both federal and state laws.
About the Editor
Patrick A. Hollrah is an attorney with a practice dedicated to matters affecting companies that do business with independent contractors. His practice covers both federal and state laws. Mr. Hollrah earned a J.D. from the University of Maryland School of Law, Cum Laude in 2014, where he was the Editor-In-Chief of the Journal of Business & Technology Law, and a B.S. in accounting from the University of Maryland, Magna Cum Laude in 2010.