Background

The California Supreme Court just made it even more difficult to do business in California.  Overturning the ruling of two lower courts, on July 15, 2021, the Court held
Continue Reading California Supreme Court Rules that Meal and Rest Premiums Must be Paid at the “Regular Rate”

On November 3, 2020, California voters passed Proposition 22, an exemption from AB5 for app-based drivers and couriers who use personal vehicles/transportation to provide on-demand services.  As detailed in
Continue Reading The Passage of Prop 22 and Future Aftershocks to Come From It

The fate of rideshare companies in California has taken several dramatic twists today following last week’s preliminary injunction enjoining Lyft and Uber from classifying their drivers as independent contractors.

The
Continue Reading Shutdown Averted – Lyft and Uber’s AB-5 Battle With California Heats Up

Following the April 7, 2020 Worker Protection Order issued by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors passed an Ordinance adding additional safeguards for workers
Continue Reading Los Angeles County Provides Grocery, Drug, Food-Delivery Workers Additional Protections During Covid-19 Outbreak