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Unpacking Proposition 22 and its Impacts

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Date Published

February 24, 2021

Publisher

California Employment Lawyers Association

Subjects

California's Prop. 22

Questions

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Summary

Proposition 22 legalized the exclusion of hundreds of thousands of “app-based” workers from the laws protecting employees in California. It allowed gig-economy companies like Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash to continue classifying workers at the core of their businesses as independent contractors and avoid accountability to the public under Dynamex/AB5.

Or did it?

Join us for this webinar where panelists will unpack Proposition 22 and its impact on workers rights in California.  The panelists will explain the intricacies of Proposition 22, litigation strategies for limiting its scope, and the arguments challenging Proposition 22 currently being made in the courts.

 

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Presenters

Rachel Bien

Rachel Bien is a partner at Olivier Schreiber & Chao LLP, based in Los Angeles. Before joining OSC in 2020, Rachel was a... Read More

Rey Fuentes

Rey Fuentes is a Legal Fellow at the Partnership for Working Families. His work focuses on organizing and advocating for Bay... Read More

Scott Stillman

Scott Stillman is an Assistant District Attorney and Labor Liaison at the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office. He leads... Read More

Katharine Chao
Founding Partner - Olivier Schreiber & Chao LLP

Katharine Chao is a founding partner of Olivier Schreiber & Chao LLP. Kathy represents employees in individual... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Unpacking Proposition 22 and its Impacts - Video
Unpacking Proposition 22 and its Impacts - Slide Handout
Tentative Ruling - Handout
People v. Doordash notice supp auth - Handout
People v. Doordash opposition to demurrer - Handout
People v. Doordash opposition to MTS - Handout
Rigging The Gig - Handout
SFDA Letter in Support of Request to Exercise Original Jurisdiction - Handout
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How to Attend

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Technical Requirements
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