Welcome back for another week of What’s Next, where we report on the intersection of law and technology. We’re kicking off the new year with a review on the evolution of arbitration law in 2019 and the challenges that could shape it going forward. Plus, Lyft and Postmates take on California’s contractor law. And we forecast 2020’s biggest tech IPOs. Let’s chat: Email me at [email protected] and follow me on Twitter at @a_lancaster.

Judge Kimberly Mueller, United States District Court for the Eastern District of California

Arbitration Prognostication

Arbitration had a bit of a coming of age tale in 2019. For decades, legal experts have tested the boundaries of the alternative dispute resolution practice, and now arbitration law is grappling with the consequences. Here’s a look at the past year’s biggest decisions shaping arbitration going into 2020.

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