Katherine V.W. Stone
Katherine V.W. Stone is the Arjay and Frances Miller professor of law, UCLA School of Law, and author of From Widgets to Digits: Employment Regulation for the Changing Workplace.
The Tax Act adds insidious new incentives to turn more jobs into casual contract work.Katherine V.W. StoneJun 28, 2018
How collective bargaining can help gig and on-demand workersKatherine V.W. StoneFeb 21, 2017
With a new high court majority, the era of mandatory arbitration could end.Katherine V.W. StoneMay 05, 2016
Increasingly, corporations trick workers and consumers into giving up their legal rights by forcing arbitration of disputes -- and they are getting help from friendly courts.Katherine V.W. StoneMar 05, 2011