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Some US states, such as New Jersey, have already introduced commission caps against food delivery firms and other online platform service companies such as Uber. Delivery companies argue that such policies could result in higher fees being passed to the consumer, which could in turn generate lower demand for their services and less work for gig economy drivers.
Our legal analysts keep you informed about where the law stands today, as well which proposals are currently in discussion that are likely to change it in future. Find out which political attitudes are driving new regulation and how they will impact your business model and financials.