Sep 02, 2015

Calif. Uber drivers get class-action status in employment suit - SFGate

A lawsuit that threatens Uber’s business model gained significant momentum on Tuesday when a federal judge granted it class-action status. U.S. District Judge Edwin Chen ruled that California drivers seeking to be reclassified as employees could proceed as a class-action case, with some limits. Employee status could require Uber to pay unemployment, workers’ compensation, minimum wage and...

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