The NLA responds to the first judicial decision on the classification of drivers under federal law.
Uber faces this wage lawsuit eight months after it was forced to publicly reckon with a dismal company culture.
The suit alleges disgraced ex-CEO Travis Kalanick and co-founder Garrett Camp advised the company to misclassify drivers.
A court rules two British cab drivers are entitled to minimum wage and sick pay.
The ruling gives Uber the upper hand in a lawsuit covering 385,000 drivers in California and Massachusetts who sued to be treated as employees.
The case has been closely watched in Silicon Valley due to the possibility it will impact the broader on-demand economy.
The suit alleges the TNC misclassifies drivers as independent contractors and fails to pay sustainable wages.
One rogue chauffeur hauling you before the Labor Board could become an expensive lesson for you in proper pay.
MAY LCT: Ignorance is not bliss and won't qualify as a good defense if you violate labor laws or attract a class action lawsuit.
A competing attorney representing the unhappy gig drivers seeks to remove the lead plantiff lawyer from the case.
New data reveals how much of a risk employee classification is for on-demand transportation network companies.
Class-action lawsuits filed by drivers claim the TNC wrongly classifies them as independent contractors, driving down wages and benefits.
They claim Uber misleads passengers by telling them the fare includes a tip, when that tip doesn't get passed on to drivers.
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