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LCT Summit Speaker Could Bring Down Uber, On Demand

Posted on May 1, 2015

BOSTON -- Working for Uber might come with its perks, then, but it also comes without the benefits and protections many businesses provide for their employees.

That’s unfair and illegal, a Boston labor lawyer is now arguing in court, potentially threatening the business models of the dozens and dozens of popular apps that make up the so-called “on-demand economy.”

New York magazine article here

LCT related article: Attorney Leading Uber Lawsuit To Headline LCT Summit

Related Topics: driver pay, employee vs independent contractor, independent contractor issues, keynote speakers, labor laws, lawsuits, LCT Events, LCT Summit, legal issues, Miami Beach, Shannon Liss-Riordan, TNCs, Uber

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