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Attorney Ward Heinrichs - Employment Law Changes for Gig Drivers

On this episode of Big Blend Radio, San Diego employment attorney Ward Heinrichs goes over California's new laws regarding gig drivers and courier companies, plus, explains some more "legalese" legal terms. See his article here:


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