Taft attorneys Bob Dunlevey and Nadia Lampton published an article, “Social Security ‘No-Match’ Letters Are Back – What Employers Need to Know to Avoid Legal Trouble and Fines,” in the July issue of the Dayton Builders Exchange newsletter. The article guides employers who receive a “no-match letter” regarding an employee from the Social Security Administration on how to deal with the situation to avoid serious consequences.
Read the full article here.
Both Dunlevey and Lampton are part of the Employment and Labor Relations practice group. Both focus their practice on assisting business owners with employment-related issues, including wage-hour compliance, wrongful discharge defense and regulatory compliance, collective bargaining, OSHA, workers’ compensation, EEOC and NLRB proceedings and federal and state court litigation.
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