By Linda Chiem (December 14, 2018, 2:06 PM EST) -- The transportation industry saw some major court decisions in 2018, with freight railroads losing a long-running appellate battle over Amtrak's regulatory authority and Uber landing a Ninth Circuit win making it more difficult for drivers to pursue worker misclassification claims against it.
The year yielded a mixed bag of rulings that clarify the constitutional boundaries of certain transportation regulations, advance workers' wage-and-hour lawsuits and beat back class actions through arbitration agreements, experts told Law360.
Here, Law360 looks back at a few of the year's biggest rulings affecting the transportation sector.
California Upends Worker Classification Test
Transportation industry stakeholders spent much of...
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