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Judge Expands Driver Class Action Lawsuit Against Uber

Posted on December 9, 2015


A U.S. judge on Dec. 9 ruled that Uber drivers can participate in a class-action lawsuit against the company over their employment status, even if they did not opt out of an arbitration clause in their contracts.

CNBC.com article here

Forbes article here

Related Topics: California operators, chauffeur gratuities, driver behavior, driver pay, employee vs independent contractor, labor laws, lawsuits, legal issues, San Francisco operators, TNCs, Uber

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