The ruling ordered both companies to comply with a California labor law that could overturn their business model. The California AB5 law, which came into effect in January, obliges businesses to treat their drivers in California as employees, not as independent contractors. Uber and LYFT are likely to have 60 days to ask the California Supreme Court to review the appeal court’s decision. < / P > < p > “our role in reviewing a decision to issue interim injunction relief is limited, and we are here to state whether the court of first instance abused its discretion in issuing the preliminary injunction to restrict Uber and LYFT from classifying their drivers as independent contractors,” the appeal board said. “We found no legal error in the judgment, so we concluded that the court of first instance had The judgment is within its discretion, and thus confirms its order. ” < / P > < p > at present, online car Hailing companies are supporting a California wide referendum proposal, California Proposition 22, which is scheduled to vote in November. The full name of the proposal is “exempt application based transportation companies and express companies from employee benefits for certain drivers”, which will allow them to partially exempt from the AB5 law and define drivers as independent contractors. (author / Xiao Yu) < A= https://ibmwl.com/epic-games-accused-google-of-monopolizing-the-latter-which-may-have-a-better-chance-than-apple/ target=_ blank>Epic Games accused Google of monopolizing the latter, which may have a better chance than apple

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