From JDSupra, Jonathan Barker, Timothy Kim, and Justine Phillips provide an outstanding review of California’s AB 2257. a bill amending
From Deadline, Bruce Haring reports that California Gavin Newsom signed AB 2257 on Friday, September 4, 2020. AB 22576 amends
Forget Those Amazon Decisions: Companies Using Independent Contractors to Transport Or Deliver Products Can Still Compel Arbitration
From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein provides a dozen recommendations for drafting drafting arbitration provisions with a class and collective action waivers.
From The Hill, J. Edward Moreno reports on a survey of Uber drivers in which 82% of the drivers support being
From JDSupra, Emilia Arutunian, Nathan Austin, Erika Barbara Pickles, and Cecilie Read provide an update on the status of AB
From JDSupra, Michael Lotito, James Paretti, Jr., and Bruce Sarchet provide a superb comparison of AB 2257, a bill in
From JDSupra, David Cohen discusses intellectual property rights in trade secrets and trademarks in relation to employees and independent contractors.
From JDSupra, Mark Saloman and Jeffrey Shooman provide helpful “do’s” and “don’t” following a New Jersey Supreme Court case enforcing
From Forbes, Ike Brannon discusses the flaws of California’s law that makes it difficult to classify a worker as an
From JDSupra, Thomas Linthorst, Jason Ranjo, Richard Rosenblatt and Samuel Shaulson discuss a recent New Jersey Supreme Court case in
From JDSupra, Brian Casillas discusses the reprieve by the appeals court of the order compelling Lyft and Uber to classify
From The San Diego Tribune, Dan Eaton discusses whether a home tutor is an employee or independent contractor under California’s