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The lawsuits against Uber over whether its drivers are employees or independent contractors have already begun. On the heels of California legislators passing a landmark bill on Tuesday that could make gig economy companies reclassify their workers as employees , Uber's chief legal officer said the law won't necessarily apply to the ride-hailing company . But some drivers disagree. A lawsuit, which seeks class-action status, was filed against Uber in federal court in California on Wednesday night. The suit, which was earlier reported by The New York Times , was brought by attorney Shannon Liss-Riordan. She has a long history of bringing lawsuits against gig economy companies, including Ub... Full story

13 September