Contract workers, including ones for TNCs, can now pursue claims in court instead of mandatory arbitration.
The TNC published a white paper that concludes most of its drivers are happy and earn more than minimum wage.
Many drivers with bad experiences question how independent their roles as contractors really are.
A three-judge panel ruled in favor of the TNC in a lawsuit that could steer the future of the gig economy.
The class action filed by Diva Limousine blames Uber's predatory pricing strategies for hurting legitimate chauffeured services.
The decision is important because it shows New York views drivers for ride-hailing apps to be employees who are eligible for benefits.
The actress and activist spoke on Tucker Carlson Tonight about Uber hiring sex offenders and exploiting their drivers.
The companies are also being asked for information on wages, paid sick leave, and health care expenditures for any drivers viewed as employees.
The NLA responds to the first judicial decision on the classification of drivers under federal law.
The Independent Drivers Guild, seeking a 40% pay hike, handed regulators 15,000 signatures.
Labor leaders say the TNC's push to bring benefits to Washington state drivers could doom broader efforts to organize drivers.
JAN. LCT Editor's Edge: If the TNC wants independent drivers, then they should take full advantage of their status.
The NLA urges members to combat an amendment that would place hundreds of law abiding small businesses across the country at a competitive disadvantage.
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