As trial begins, GrubHub looks to defend itself as a 1099 employer

 In day one of GrubHub v. Lawson, the first-ever case to go trial in California regarding the debate involving 1099 contractors and W-2 employees in the gig economy, lawyers for both sides presented their opening statements. In a packed court room (with limited air conditioning) in San Francisco this morning, Shannon Liss-Riordan, the lawyer for plaintiff Raef Lawson, outlined that… Read More
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