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California AB5 Injunction Denied: What It Means and How to Comply OnDemand

This course is hosted OnDemand at https://lms.on-demand.academy/. The United States Supreme Court declined to hear the petition filed by the California Trucking Association challenging California’s Assembly Bill 5 ("AB 5"). This decision leaves in place the Ninth Circuit’s April 2021 decision allowing California to enforce AB 5 in the trucking industry. Now, complying with its provisions will become a reality for trucking companies in California. Many truckers, trucking companies, and businesses that contract for trucking services are scrambling to understand and comply with the requirements of AB 5.

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This course will be hosted at  https://lms.on-demand.academy/ Use your AGC/Atlas Login credentials in order to access your training courses. If you do not have AGC/Atlas Login credentials, please create an account in  https://lms.on-demand.academy/ using the same email address you used when purchasing the course to access the content.

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The United States Supreme Court declined to hear the petition filed by the California Trucking Association challenging California’s Assembly Bill 5 (“AB 5”). This decision leaves in place the Ninth Circuit’s April 2021 decision allowing California to enforce AB 5 in the trucking industry. Now, complying with its provisions will become a reality for trucking companies in California. Many truckers, trucking companies, and businesses that contract for trucking services are scrambling to understand and comply with the requirements of AB 5.

Join Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo partners, Brig Cheney, and Brent Garrett, who will shed light on what AB 5 requires, how courts will analyze claims challenging independent contractor status under AB 5, and what strategies businesses can employ to achieve compliance with the law, including whether and how AB 5’s “business-to-business exemption” might apply to their operations. Join us to discuss the parameters of the ABC test, industry exemptions, and when the Borello factors come back into play when classifying your workforce.

About the Instructors

Brent Garrett
Brent Garrett, Partner (Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo )

L. Brent Garrett exclusively represents management in labor and employment matters. Mr. Garrett has extensive experience in traditional labor law matters, including collective bargaining. Mr. Garrett routinely appears before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Brent is experienced in single and multi-plaintiff and class action lawsuits covering employment cases, wage and hour, prevailing wage compliance, and traditional labor. Brent represents employers in multiple industries, including construction, petrochemical, manufacturing, food service, and the retail sectors.

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