Independent Contractor Laws Stayed, TROs Filed

January 7, Lilah Sutphen reported: as expected, two new California laws relating to arbitration and independent contractor status that were set to take effect on January 1, 2020 were promptly challenged in court as unconstitutional. District courts have already issued temporary restraining orders blocking the laws from taking full-effect immediately.  Continue reading more details in her post which summarizes each law, the legal challenges made, and the current status of the law.