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Uber May Try An End Run If It Loses Class Action Lawsuit

Posted on December 11, 2015


Next summer, a federal court in California will hear arguments in a lawsuit that could change Uber forever. The lawsuit challenges the way Uber and other so-called transportation network companies classify their drivers as independent contractors rather than employees. But if that case goes poorly for Uber, the ride-hailing company already has a fallback plan: the states.

TheVerge.com article here

Related Topics: California operators, driver pay, employee issues, employee vs independent contractor, independent contractor issues, labor laws, lawsuits, TNCs, Uber

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