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Uber Drivers Win Preliminary Class Action Status in Employment Case
Gordon Law Group

A Federal Court in North Carolina has conditionally certified a nationwide class action lawsuit under the Fair labor Standards Act for the 18,000 drivers who opted out of Uber’s arbitration clause. The case challenges Uber’s classification of its drivers as independent contractors. If you’re working in a job where you’re classified as an independent contractor,…

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California Judge to Decide Whether Uber Drivers Are Employees or Independent Contractors
Gordon Law Group

Uber is more popular than ever in large American cities, but a serious question exists: are Uber drivers employees or independent contractors? One California judge with several Uber cases on his docket may be on the verge of answering that question. Two of the cases currently before the judge include: In June of 2015, the New…

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Uber Hit with $1B Suit Alleging Founders Stole Technology
Gordon Law Group

Ridesharing company Uber is facing another court challenge. The owner of Celluride Wireless filed a lawsuit against the company for the alleged theft of his technology and ideas. According to the complaint, filed in the Superior Court of California, Kevin Halpern asserts that he first developed the concept of a peer-to-peer ridesharing service in 2002. …

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