Category: Law

Recent read: “Amazon’s Antitrust Antagonist Has a Breakthrough Idea”

Don’t miss this interesting New York Times profile by David Streifield of the young lawyer Lina Khan, who is rethinking anti-trust theory, starting with the likes of Amazon. Some highlights:   […]

HBR: Why You Can’t Just Tell a Company “Be More Like a Startup”

In case you missed it, HBR has a nice piece on how startups often skirt (or ignore) laws during their early stages of growth. Some excerpts below: One of the […]

Is the “Dependent Contractor” Model the Future of the Gig Economy?

Ever since the rise of Uber, there has been quite a healthy debate about the distinction between an employee and a contractor. In almost all the U.S. writing on this topic, the term contractor is used generically […]