A competing attorney representing the unhappy gig drivers seeks to remove the lead plantiff lawyer from the case.
Although Lyft escaped massive driver back pay, the class action status of the lawsuit against Uber could yield a costlier outcome.
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The number of drivers joining the Uber suit is growing as the plaintiff attorney seeks to cover drivers beyond 2014.
The TNC is firing back in the legal warfare over drivers versus independent contractors.
The suits, which hope to achieve class-action status, seek to have Uber drivers reclassified as employees.
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Shannon Liss-Riordan is gaining notoriety as the attorney for lead plaintiffs suing Uber over employee versus independent contractor issues.
Leadership Summit speaker Shannon Liss-Riordan explains why Uber drivers are more like Apple Store employees instead of Craigslist one-offs.
Shannon Liss-Riordan, who won an independent contractor judgment against Fed Ex, will talk about anti-TNC labor strategies.
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