Workers Slam Postmates' 'Inexcusably Tardy' Stay Request

Law360 (April 10, 2020, 9:00 PM EDT) -- Postmates workers slammed the delivery app company's request to pause arbitration proceedings lodged by more than 10,000 couriers who allege they were cheated out of wages, arguing that Postmates is running an “inexcusably tardy" fire drill that has “no hope of success” and should be hit with sanctions.

In a 31-page brief filed Thursday, the workers told U.S. District Judge Philip S. Gutierrez that Postmates has known about an April 15 deadline to pay arbitration fees in the thousands of disputes playing out in arbitration for six weeks. The workers said Postmates waited too long and now expects the court to...

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