DOL Audits of Public Access Files: Compliance Tips and Trends
December 3, 2020
2:00 PM (ET)
As the current administration continues with stricter immigration regulations and ways to protect U.S. workers, DOL audits of the Public Access File (PAF) will likely be on the rise. Our panel of experts will discuss how to guide your clients to prepare for a potential audit, what to expect during an audit, and numerous other compliance tips and strategies.
- What Documents Must Be Maintained in the PAF?
- Electronic Versus Paper Files: What Does Your Client Need to Know?
- The Anatomy of a DOL Audit: What to Expect and How to Prepare
- Audit Trends and Tips for Success
- Impact of COVID-19 on PAFs: Working From Home, Commuters, Change in Location, etc.
- What Constitutes a Material Change for Purposes of the PAF?
David Grunblatt, New York, NY
David Grunblatt, partner at Proskauer Rose LLP, heading its Immigration Practice Group is an authority on employer immigration compliance and employment-based immigration benefits. He served as Chair of the NY Chapter of AILA and its VSC Liaison Committee. Former Chair of the NYSBA Committee on Immigration and Nationality Law and that of the NY County Lawyers Association. He lectures and writes extensively.
Kari Konikowski Blackman, Houston, Texas
Kari Konikowski Blackman is a Senior Attorney with Berry Appleman & Leiden. Recognized in U.S. Best Lawyers and Texas Super Lawyers - Texas Rising Stars, she works primarily in employment-based immigration, including I-9 and E-Verify compliance. Mrs. Blackman received her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin and her law degree from the University of Houston Law Center.
Brian Scott Green, Littleton, CO
Brian Scott Green is a solo practitioner in Denver, CO, who focuses on employer compliance and U.S. District Court challenges to immigration case denials and delays. Brian is a longtime member of AILA and has practiced litigation and trial work since 2001, and immigration law full-time since 2007. Brian has defended more than 30 DOL Wage & Hour investigations, as well as investigations by ICE, HSI, FDNS, and the State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security.
Eileen Scofield, Atlanta, GA
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