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Proposed Federal Rule Would Define Employee vs. Independent Contractor
California Trucking Gets Temporary Reprieve from Law Restricting Independent Contractors
Trucking Group Challenges California Independent Contractor Law

Trucking Group Challenges California Independent Contractor Law

The California Trucking Association and two California-based owner-operators filed a lawsuit challenging the "ABC" employment test mandated by the state's new independent contractor law, which the group says threatens the livelihood of independent truck drivers and is pre-empted by federal law.

November 13, 2019

California Governor Signs Law That Threatens Independent Contractor Status
Lawsuit Challenging California Independent Contractor Rule Dismissed
Supreme Court Turndown Not the End of California Independent Contractor Battle
Supreme Court Rules Truck Owner-Operators Can't Be Forced into Arbitration
California Truckers Sue to Prevent Application of Dynamex Driver Wage Decision
New California Law Holds Retailers Liable for Truck Driver Misclassification
California Truckers to Protest Anti-Independent Contractor Ruling
Trucking Group to Challenge California Supreme Court's Independent Contractor Ruling
Seattle's Independent Port Drivers Get More Time to Buy Clean Trucks
House Bill Aims to Clarify Independent Contractor Status

House Bill Aims to Clarify Independent Contractor Status

A bill newly proposed in the House would amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to change the classification of employers and employees. “Currently, it is difficult and overly complicated for businesses to use independent contractors, which limits companies’ growth and individuals’ work,” said Rep. Erik Paulsen, who introduced H.R. 3396.

August 2, 2017

Amazon Flex Program is Like Uber for Last-Mile Delivery
FedEx Settles Independent Contractor Suit for $228 Million