Judge Rejects Uber’s $100 Million Class-Action Settlement, Calling it Unfair to Drivers
The article, “Judge Rejects Uber’s $100 Million Class-Action Settlement, Calling it Unfair to Drivers,” featured in the Los Angeles Times, highlighted Judge Chen’s recent decision to reject Uber’s proposed $100 million bid to settle a class-action lawsuit involving the employment status of drivers, describing the sum as “not fair, adequate, and reasonable."
Todd Scherwin discussed why the Judge’s order could make a settlement unlikely.
“I don’t want to say the settlement is dead, but it’s pretty darn close,” said Todd. “I’m not sure what dollar amount the court would be satisfied with.”
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