Californias Ever Evolving Laws For App Based Transportation CLE
California’s Ever-Evolving Laws for App-Based Transportation and Delivery Companies



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Course Description

This program was recorded on January 11, 2021

This course will consider current employment laws regarding independent contractors, including tests to define an independent contractor (Borello Test, the ABC Test, and the Dynamex decision).It will also discuss exemptions to the ABC test. This course will also consider potential liability considerations, including unpaid overtime, meal and rest break penalties, penalties for pay stub violations, and waiting time penalties. The presentation will also address the recent California Prop 22, which considers app-based drivers to be independent contractors and not employees or agents.

Attorney Fadi K. RasheedFadi K. Rasheed
Fadi K. Rasheed is a Partner with Leech Tishman and a member of the firm’s Employment & Labor, Litigation and Corporate Practice Groups. Fadi is based in Leech Tishman’s LAX office, where he focuses his practice on business, commercial litigation, entertainment and employment matters.

Fadi has experience in all aspects of litigation and arbitration, including acting as trial counsel and litigating virtually all types of motions including complex business disputes and class action lawsuits. He has substantial experience representing clients facing complex litigation, including class action and shareholder derivative actions in federal and state court.

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  1. Overview of Laws Concerning Independent Contractors
  2. The “ABC” Test and Exemptions
  3. Potential Liability
  4. Best Practices
  5. Prop 22
  6. Effects on the industry