Law and the Gig Economy
May 14, 2019, 11:30 am to 1:30 pm (Pacific Time)
Intuit Canada says freelancers, independent contractors and on-demand workers will make up 45 per cent of the Canadian workforce by 2020. Whether it’s Uber, SkiptheDishes, Etsy or more independent options, “side hustles” are changing the economy in British Columbia. Our panelists will tackle issues of where we are now: topics like classification issues, liability, dispute resolution, and more. We’ll also look at where the legal landscape is headed in the future in this incredibly packed webinar.
Join KEL lawyer Geoff Mason and Dr. Ken Thornicroft, a lawyer and professor at the University of Victoria, as they lead us through the dynamic world of law and the gig economy.
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