SUPREME COURT BOUND

 

Back in 2019, California’s legislature passed AB5, which basically eliminated the owner-operator model in many industries.

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The suit was then bounced up to the US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals where three judges heard arguments in the case. Last month, two of the three judges contorted themselves and their decision into a pretzel to rule in favor of the state. The third was firmly in agreement that AB5 conflicted with federal law.

The CTA requested an “en banc” hearing where eleven members of the 9th Circuit rehear the case. The Court denied the CTA’s request paving the way for the lawsuit to be heard by the US Supreme Court.

The 9th Circuit did rule to keep the injunction in place while the case moves forward.

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