Bradley A. Richards
Instructor Bradley A. Richards
Product Id 601636
Duration 60 Minutes  
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Original Price $295
Special Offer Price $10
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Maintenance of Employee I-9s and Recent Changes to the Form


After highlighting recent changes to Form I-9, the Webinar boils down the complexities with completing and storing I-9s. The Webinar will provide clear, simple instructions on how to properly retain, organize and store your organization’s I-9s so that when the DOL shows up, you are ready.

Why should you attend: Failing to comply with the numerous I-9 requirements can result is massive fines and even criminal penalties, even if your company never hires a single unauthorized worker. Because Form I-9 is not regularly submitted to the DOL, problems and issues with companies’ I-9 compliance strategies often only come to light during a DOL audit, when it is too late to avoid serious repercussions.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  • Recent changes to Form I-9
  • Form I-9 Retention Strategy
  • Form I-9 Storage Requirements
  • The move electronic storage

Who Will Benefit:
  • HR Executives
  • Managers, and Specialists
  • In-House Employment Counsel

Speaker Profile
Bradley Richards has developed I-9 compliance strategies for dozens of Fortune 500 companies. Through regularly representing companies during DOL I-9 audits, he has gained extensive experience with the key issues companies need to address to minimize exposure to large monetary and criminal penalties.

Richards is an Associate in the firm’s Business Immigration practice group. Representing corporate clients in a variety of industries, Mr. Richards focuses his practice on all aspects of U.S. immigration law. His experience includes employment-based nonimmigrant visa petitions, immigrant petitions, adjustment of status applications, PERM applications, family-based immigration, and appearances at local USCIS offices throughout the United States. He also has extensive experience in advising on U.S. consular issues, including E Visa applications and other nonimmigrant visa applications.

While attending law school, he served as the school’s Community Service Organizer, was on the board of the school’s Public Interest Law Society, interned at the Cook County Public Defender’s Office and clerked for Cabrini Green Legal Aid’s criminal law attorney. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Richards was employed with a major health care consulting firm.

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