Hollrah LLC devotes its practice almost exclusively to the laws affecting companies that do business with contingent workers. This includes worker-classification as well as other regulatory issues that pertain to such companies, such as employment taxes generally, the Affordable Care Act and HIPAA. To avoid any potential conflict of interest, the firm does not represent contingent workers asserting claims against such companies.
Within its contingent-workforce practice, the firm devotes its attention principally to federal and state taxes, state unemployment, protecting employee benefit plans against potential claims of contingent workers, and federal and state employment and labor laws.
Examples of the other regulatory issues on which the firm focuses, which pertain to the industries in which the firm devotes its practice, include the Affordable Care Act and HIPAA.
As tax attorneys and litigators, the firm represents clients on a wide range of matters involving federal and state employment taxes generally, i.e., not necessarily involving contingent workers, and on matters involving overtime and minimum wage.
The firm has an active legislative and regulatory practice before the U.S. Congress and federal and state administrative agencies on matters affecting companies that do business with contingent workers.