Judge OKs Uber Driver Class Action

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The question of whether Uber drivers are employees or independent contractors can be answered on a classwide basis, ruled U.S. District Judge Edward Chen.

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  • Ortan

    The greatest attract to turning into a Uber driver is that you can set your own particular time. This originates from the way that drivers are particularly not full-time representatives, and under Federal law, a self employed entity can‘t have their hours set and directed by their head.Dectar

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