Why Lawson v. Grubhub, Inc. Did Not Change the Independent Contractor World (and No One Case Could)

In a recent case, Grubhub v. Lawson, Case No.15-cv-05128-JSC, 2/08/2018 (N. D. Cal.), a GrubHub delivery driver was found to be an independent contractor of GrubHub, and not its employee. Predictably, almost immediately after the decision issued, several news stories…

via Why Lawson v. Grubhub, Inc. Did Not Change the Independent Contractor World (and No One Case Could) — Workers’ Compensation Law Prof Blog

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