Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot this week announced new rules governing third-party food delivery platforms operating within the Windy City. Effective next Friday, May 22, all delivery platforms will be required to disclose full itemized costs to customers BEFORE purchase and again of the customer receipt. The disclosure, which will apply to Uber Eats, Grubhub, Postmates and Doordash among others, must include menu prices, taxes, delivery charges, commission fees paid by the restaurant and tips. Violations of the new rule can result in a daily fine of up to $10,000. In other delivery news, New York City finalized legislation capping third-party delivery fees with provisions that cap delivery commission at 5% and 15% if restaurants us a third- party delivery driver for 90 days after the statewide COVID-19 lockdown has been lifted. That said, it is likely that the city will enact the restrictions on a permanent basis before they expire.