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The 9th Circuit Denies Request for a Rehearing in AB5 Case

On June 21, 2021, in the case California Trucking Association (“CTA”) v. Bonta, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals denied the CTA’s petition for a rehearing of the 9th Circuit’s decision to end the preliminary injunction preventing the implementation of AB5 against motor carriers.  The injunction may be lifted within a month, and possibly as soon as June 28.

The CTA has 150 days to petition the United States Supreme Court for a new appeal hearing.  Additionally, the CTA may petition to keep the injunction in place while the U.S. Supreme Court rules on CTA’s petition for review.

Stay tuned for further news on this important case impacting the transportation industry and contact our transportation attorneys if you have any questions.

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