Judge rules that Uber and Lyft must treat drivers as employees

New ruling highlights the importance of correct worker classification Earlier this month, a California judge ruled that rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft must treat their California drivers as employees, and cannot classify them as independent contractors. Both companies are fighting the decision, which has been put on hold while their attorneys file an appeal. For years, Uber, Lyft, and ... Read More

Investigation ongoing into COVID-19 deaths at Mission Foods facility in Commerce

Our attorneys are representing the family of Jose Roberto Alvarez The Los Angeles County Public Health Department (LACPHD) continues to investigate the circumstances that led to a recent COVID-19 outbreak among employees at a Mission Foods processing plant in Commerce, California. So far, more than 40 workers at the facility have tested positive for COVID-19 and at least two have ... Read More