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15 Dec 2022


Comparative analysis on litigation against gig economy platforms worldwide II

"Taken for a Ride 2: Accelerating Towards Justice", 15 Dec 2022

The ILAW Network is pleased to issue this update to its first issue brief on the protection of labour rights on digital platforms, Taken for a Ride: Litigating the Digital Platform Model. This report analyzes new caselaw and legislation from around the world since March 2021, with respect to digital platforms. This report is divided into three parts.

The opening essay by Jason Moyer-Lee reviews and analyzes recent litigation and legislation around the world to combat misclassification, protect fundamental rights and to provide social protection, as well as the work that still needs to be done. The second section of this issue brief is a digest of key judicial decisions that have happened since the last issue. The last section summarizes existing legislation and regulation and provides further analysis regarding the on-going debates in the EU regarding a new directive.