David Miklas

Advisor, Law Office of David Milkas, P.A.
Fort Pierce, FL
  • 4.6
  • 526 reviews
  • 5.4k Professionals Trained
  • 86 Courses

About Speaker David Miklas

David Miklas is the managing attorney of the Law Office of David Miklas, P.A. For 20 years he has practiced all types of labor and employment law exclusively representing Florida employers, including both private employers, as well as Florida municipalities. He has co-authored a LexisNexis Expert Commentary in his field of work, and he is also the co-author of one of the country’s leading legal Treatise on Employment law in Florida. For seventeen years, he has been a contributing author for The Developing Labor Law book. Mr. Miklas a member of the Academy of Florida Management Attorneys, including its EEOC committee, has previously served on the Florida Bar Labor & Employment Law Section’s Wage and Hour Administration Liaison subcommittee. He has been listed in Florida Super Lawyers since 2009 and he is a frequent employment law presenter and is a nationally recognized speaker and an invited guest lecturer addressing employment law and human resource issues with over thirty universities. Mr. Miklas graduated from the University of Florida College of Law.

  • Workplace Discrimination & Harassment
  • Retaliation
  • Wage & Hour (minimum wage & overtime)
  • Non-Compete agreements

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DM

This program was well presented and provided significant guidance regarding the classification of employees and independent contractors in the workforce. This was an excellent presentation utilizing actual documentation and not just based on the theory of the presenter.

MA

Excellent Presentation

CRC

Fast moving, informative...

NS

Interesting!

KL

Excellent course

MS

David was learned in the topic.

KS

Great webinar for learning the difference between Employee vs Contractor

ED

GOOD CLASSPP SLIDES

YP

Great class!!!

DS

All good.

KA

Great explanations and examples of the differences.

DC

great

KV

He did not know what a 1099NEC was

RH

Proper emphasis on 6 characteristics to be considered to determine if a worker is an employee or a contractor.

ER

Informative presentation.

NH

Again knowledgeable instructor and great real world examples

IL

Great session

KM

Very informative webinar.

JS

Great presentation of information, very succinct, informative, and I loved the "bucket" analogy. Very easy to comprehend that way!

JS

Great presentation of information, very succinct, informative, and I loved the "bucket" analogy. Very easy to comprehend that way!

JS

Great presentation of information, very succinct, informative, and I loved the "bucket" analogy. Very easy to comprehend that way!

JS

Great presentation of information, very succinct, informative, and I loved the "bucket" analogy. Very easy to comprehend that way!

JS

Great presentation of information, very succinct, informative, and I loved the "bucket" analogy. Very easy to comprehend that way!

JS

Great presentation of information, very succinct, informative, and I loved the "bucket" analogy. Very easy to comprehend that way!

JS

Great presentation of information, very succinct, informative, and I loved the "bucket" analogy. Very easy to comprehend that way!

AD

Great!

PH

very informative

AL

Good information and sources to reference for questions relating to determination between employee and contractor.

CW

I really enjoyed this webinar, it was very informative and used interesting real world examples. Thanks!

RC

Good information!

SN

Very easy to attend. Right amount of content. Thank you

SN

Very easy to attend. Right amount of content. Thank you

LC

great

AN

Good info!

MM

Great

BD

Fantastic!

JB

This greatly increased my 1099 vs W2 knowledge.

CG

Great!

AG

Very effective instructor!

RK

Beneficial

RK

Beneficial

PE

Great

PE

Great

MB

n/a

CE

It satisfied the objective.

LS

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BR

5 stars

BR

5 stars

MT

I would recommend slowing down the cadence a tad. I was having trouble following the material and keeping up with content. I loved the enthusiasm, and presentation style. Maybe omitting one or two examples and slowing the speech down just a bit would be helpful for readers. I intend to go back and review the presentation document. Content and delivery was spot on. Much appreciated!

MB

n/a

VR

The best classes ever.

TW

Everything Was Imperative! Thank You Instructor For Sharing Your Knowledge And Extended Help

VW

Great seminar!

JS

Good presentation on complex topic.

RB

Instructor really should have known about the 1099-NEC, new for 2020 reporting.

GD

GOOD WEBINAR

AG

Very good

CC

Good webinar. Instructor was well versed, engaging and made the material stick.

MT

The instructor gave an overall good presentation.

SC

good

BK

good class

KI

Informative

PW

Good

RC

None

SM

useful information

MM

Very good.

LP

good webinar

TN

This webinar was nice to have, I did refresh myself in this area. The one thing that concerned me, was at the end the instructor started taking questions and some mention the 1099 NEC form, which the instructor stated that he had never heard of it, and asked if they were talking about the 1099 misc? I find this a little disturbing sense IRS has been telling the world about this form for two years and that it takes affect in 2020! It doesn't sit too well with me that an "instructor" has never heard of this form????

JSH

Great!

MWA

It was informative.

PC

The presenter is not an expert, he did not know about a new form that the IRS has that is connected directly to the topic of this webinar.

ED

interesting

ED

interesting

ED

interesting

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Employment Law – What will get you sued in 2021

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15 things you really should run by your employment lawyer

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How to not be an HR Failure – from an employment law perspective

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Independent Contractors – make sure you are properly classifying workers

  • Apr 28, 12:30 PM EDT
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Labor & Employment Law - What Will Get You Sued In 2020/21

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