In the months since going public, the TNC has made a series of cuts to its corporate workforce totaling more than 1,000 employees.
In the next phase of the case, the TNC will try to convince a judge AB5 violates guarantees of equal protection under the federal and state constitutions.
The changes come in response to AB5, which makes it more difficult for employers to classify workers as independent contractors.
As TNCs continue to prosper, California is fighting back against their dominance.
The ride-hailing structure depends on the gig economy, where workers are hired as subcontractors rather than employees with full-time benefits.
The TNC is attempting to push back against a California law aimed at turning independent contractors into employees.
SurveyMonkey data shows passengers have gotten so hooked on TNCs that the companies could increase prices further.
The claims range from unwanted touching and kissing to rape.
The company and its rivals disrupted ground transport, riding on a lack of regulation. Now, regulators are closing in.
The Department of Labor reportedly has been trying to get unpaid employment taxes from the TNC going back as far as 2015.
In a recent survey of almost 1,000 Uber and Lyft drivers, it turns out more money doesn't equal happiness.
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Legislators are looking at a new California law that is receiving pushback from Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash.
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