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Article California Voters Pass Proposition 22, Allowing App-Based Ride Share and Food Delivery Companies to Treat Drivers as Independent Contractors Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article California Election Day Stakes for Ride Share Companies Just Got Higher After Appellate Ruling Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article November Elections May Decide Fate of Gig Worker Classification Regulations Wage and Hour Defense Blog
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Article California Adds More Exemptions to Controversial Independent Contractor Statute Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Ninth Circuit Conclusion That Amazon Delivery Drivers Don’t Need to Arbitrate Their Claims Under FAA’s “Transportation Worker” Exemption Highlights Conflict Among Courts Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Emergency Stay of TRO Against Ride Share Companies Means Californians Won’t Have to Live Without Services Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Californians May Have to Live Without Ride Share Services During Appeal of Temporary Restraining Order Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Ride Share Companies Likely to Appeal California TRO Requiring Them to Treat Drivers as Employees Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Illinois Court Joins California Courts in Requiring Postmates to Pay Millions in Arbitration Fees to Defend Hundreds of Individual Arbitrations Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Epstein Becker Green Introduces Two New Tools to Assist Employers in Preparing for Federal Wage and Hour Investigations Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Are COVID-19 Temperature Screenings Compensable Time for Non-Exempt Employees? Wage and Hour Defense Blog
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Article “Employees Won’t Sue Over Alleged Wage-Hour Violations Occurring During the COVID-19 Crisis!” – and Six Other Myths Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article California Attorney General’s Misclassification Suit Against Ride Share Companies Sets the Stage for a November Showdown Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Another California Federal Judge Denies Postmates’ Attempts to Escape Thousands of Individual Arbitrations Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article AB 5, Dynamex and Borello: What Standard Governs Independent Contractor Status In California? Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Postmates Risks Judicial Rebuke by Filing Suit Against 10,000 of Its Drivers to Try to Escape Individual Arbitrations Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Employers Facing Layoffs Need to Be Mindful of State Laws Regarding Final Pay Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article DoorDash Isn’t the Only Company That Has Been Ordered to Conduct More Than 5,000 Individual Arbitrations – Postmates Has Been, Too Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article California Supreme Court Holds That Time Spent Waiting by Apple Retail Employees for Exit Searches Is Compensable Under California Law Wage and Hour Defense Blog
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Article Be Careful What You Wish For: California Federal Judge Compels DoorDash to Conduct – and Pay for – More Than 5,000 Individual Arbitrations Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article California Federal Court Issues Detailed Decision Explaining Its Preliminary Injunction to Block Anti-Arbitration Law Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Federal Court Issues Preliminary Injunction to Stop California’s Controversial Anti-Arbitration Law Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Federal Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction to Prevent Enforcement of California’s Controversial New Independent Contractor Statute to Independent Truckers Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Federal Court Extends TRO to Enjoin Enforcement of New California Arbitration Statute Wage and Hour Defense Blog
Article Federal Court Extends TRO to Enjoin Enforcement of California’s Controversial New Independent Contractor Law for 70,000 Independent Truckers Wage and Hour Defense Blog