The plaintiff filed an action for Labor Code and other violations, alleging that the defendants improperly treated her as an independent contractor, rather than as an employee. The trial court granted the defendants' motion for summary judgment, and the Court of Appeal affirmed:
The record below demonstrates that Appellant exercised meaningful discretion with reference to her efforts. While Respondents had input over the quality and direction of those efforts, they did not have sufficient “control of the details” with respect to those efforts. Appellant was thus an independent contractor and all of her claims must fail.Slip op. at 1.
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