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Court Ruling Deals Blow to 385,000 Uber Drivers

9.7.16

The article, “Court Ruling Deals Blow to 385,000 Uber Drivers,” reported on a federal appeals court recent ruling that requires Uber drivers seeking to sue the company for employment status, to take their individual claims to private arbitrators rather than joining in a class-action lawsuit.

Alden Parker shared his thoughts about the ruling.

The ruling “strengthens the argument for all employers that class-action waivers are still a viable argument in the 9th Circuit,” said Alden.

To read the full article, please visit San Francisco Chronicle.

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