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#LegalHack Sharing Economy Legal Issues

Over the last few years, peer-to-peer "sharing" platforms have arisen in areas as diverse as transportation, housing, catering, and everyday errands. As these platforms have grown in popularity, so too have challenging local regulatory issues related to health, safety, labor, and taxes.

On December 4th, join DC Legal Hackers for an event to discuss what happens when new "sharing" models run up against existing regulatory/legal frameworks, and the ways that companies and governments have addressed those issues. 

We have an excellent panel of experts joining us, including:

• Ben Miller, Co-founder of Fundrise

• Rob Montz of Uber Wars

• DC Councilmember David Grosso 

more soon!

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