Category: Third-Party Platform Regulations

May 30, 2024 Third-Party Platform Regulations

May Legislative Update

California SB 1490 Passed the Senate!  A Major Victory! On May 21, 2024, Senate Bill 1490, introduced by Senator Durazo, successfully passed through the Senate Floor and is now moving on to the CA State Assembly. This bill received substantial support from both California restaurants and state legislators, marking a significant step forward in challenging […]

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May 23, 2024 Third-Party Platform Regulations

Jersey City Ordinance 24-037

On May 22nd, the City of Jersey City, N.J adopted a new ordinance to establish regulations for third party delivery companies and food delivery drivers, which passed 7-1. The ordinance will take effect August 1 and will ensure hundreds of restaurants have protections while utilizing food delivery apps. Councilman Solomon, who authored the bill said “this is the foundation […]

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March 25, 2024 Third-Party Platform Regulations

California Introduces Senate Bill 1490

On March 18, 2024, California State Senator Maria Elena Durazo (D; Los Angeles) introduced Senate Bill 1490 – a bill that brings transparency and equity to online food delivery. The legislation provides important protections for consumers and restaurants including: The Digital Restaurant Association (DRA) would like to thank Senator Durazo for her leadership with SB 1490 as an […]

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