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The Daily Prep List 6.20.2023


Domino’s Drivers Arbitration Fight Gets New Ninth Circuit Look

Bloomberg Law 6/20

Domino’s Pizza LLC and a group of ingredient delivery drivers will spar over whether the workers are engaged in interstate commerce and thus exempt from mandatory arbitration after the US Supreme Court vacated a lower court order allowing the plaintiffs to pursue their wage and hour class action.

As Others Burned Millions To Build Robot Restaurants, This Operator Automated His For Just $200k

Forbes 6/19

When Andrew Simmons decided to buy a small-town pizza restaurant in January 2020, little did he know he’d be forced to close its doors later that month due to COVID.

Food Industry Policy

How Irvine plans to work around a federal ruling to achieve carbon goals

The OC Register 6/19

Irvine is considering a workaround after a federal judge dealt a blow to the city’s plans to go all-electric for most new buildings.

End to streetside dining near San Diego beaches worries business owners, residents and visitors

KPBS 6/19

Streetside dining near beaches in San Diego may soon be a thing of the past, and it has some business owners, residents and visitors concerned.

On the Side

As high-rise offices lose their luster, can this part of downtown L.A. find a way forward?

Los Angeles Times 6/20

As the pandemic shut down office life in Los Angeles’ downtown financial district, Claude Cognian tried to keep his gastropub Public School 213 open.

Berkeley restaurant owner recognized for giving free meal to anyone who needs it, ‘no questions asked’

KTVU 6/19

BERKELEY, Calif. – Berkeley diner owner Collin Doran has long been in the business of feeding people. And that’s meant feeding people — even if they don’t have the money to pay.

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