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New Uber Ruling Reveals Another Costly IC Misclassification Exposure for On-Demand Companies | Pepper Hamilton LLP – JDSupra

On December 14, 2016, a federal court in Pennsylvania denied a motion to dismiss an “on-call” wage claim in a class action lawsuit filed against Uber by limousine drivers that claim they were not paid minimum wage and overtime for hours during which they were “logged into” the Uber App. This on-call wage claim is […]

On December 14, 2016, a federal court in Pennsylvania denied a motion to dismiss an “on-call” wage claim in a class action lawsuit filed against Uber by limousine drivers that claim they were not paid minimum wage and overtime for hours during which they were “logged into” the Uber App. This on-call wage claim is one that, so far, has rarely been made by on-demand workers challenging their classification as independent contractors.

Source: New Uber Ruling Reveals Another Costly IC Misclassification Exposure for On-Demand Companies | Pepper Hamilton LLP – JDSupra

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