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Cal State's Russell: Evolving Rules Around Gig Economy Will Boost Insurance Coverage

David Russell, professor of insurance and finance, California State University, Northridge, said regulators are refining what it means to be an employee, which will result in more coverage for workers' comp and other lines.

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