Are Workers in the Sharing Economy Independent Contractors or Employees? The Answer is, ‘It Depends'

Inside Counsel

The rapid rise of the sharing economy, often characterized by the sharing of goods, services, or property over an information-technology platform, poses significant challenges to California's legal and regulatory frameworks. 

Litigation partner Bill Donovan and litigation associates Patricia Eberwine and Joe Woodring delve into a complicated question: Which workers are independent contractors and which are employees?

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William Donovan, Jr. Partner, Los Angeles