GrubHub Says 9th Circ. Take On Dynamex Can't Help Driver

By Kevin Stawicki (May 24, 2019, 7:05 PM EDT) -- A recent Ninth Circuit ruling that the California Supreme Court's Dynamex decision making it harder for businesses to classify their workers as independent contractors applies retroactively isn't relevant to a former GrubHub driver's wage suit, GrubHub has told the appeals court, arguing the company couldn't have predicted the "sweeping change" in the law....

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