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California Voters Pass Proposition 22, Allowing App-Based Ride Share and Food Delivery Companies to Treat Drivers as Independent Contractors

USA - November 4 2020 As we have written here before, ride share and food delivery companies doing business in California had a lot at stake in the November 3, 2020...

California Election Day Stakes for Ride Share Companies Just Got Higher After Appellate Ruling

USA - October 23 2020 November 3, 2020 has been circled on the calendars of app-based ride share and food delivery companies doing business in California for many months...

California Adds More Exemptions to Controversial Independent Contractor Statute

USA - September 8 2020 We have written frequently here about AB5, California’s controversial law that creates an “ABC” test that must be satisfied in order for a worker to...

Webinar Video: Wage & Hour - Expense Reimbursement - Class Action Avoidance Series

USA - September 4 2020 In this installment of Epstein Becker Green’s “Class Action Avoidance” webinar series, attorney Michael S. Kun addresses potential wage and hour...

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Ninth Circuit Conclusion That Amazon Delivery Drivers Don’t Need To Arbitrate Their Claims Under FAA’s “Transportation Worker” Exemption Highlights Conflict Among Courts

USA - August 24 2020 Given the ever increasing number of wage-hour class and collective actions being filed against employers, it is no surprise that may employers have...