Ex-GrubHub driver testifies on ‘ghost orders’ and the acceptance rate hustle | TechCrunch

Another take on the GrubHub trial.

On day two of Lawson v. GrubHub, plaintiff Raef Lawson returned to the stand to testify about his experience driving for GrubHub. GrubHub is defending its practices of employing delivery drivers as 1099 contractors. Lawson is seeking reimbursement for underpaid wages, expenses and other damages, which amounts to just $586.56, according to estimates by his lawyer, Shannon Liss-Riordan. In his testimony, Lawson described GrubHub’s scheduling block system, which required drivers to commit to a certain perio

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