John Rogers, et al v. Lyft, Inc.

  1. August 26, 2020

    Amazon Arbitration Rulings Invoked Against Lyft, Grubhub

    Grubhub and Lyft drivers urged two federal appeals courts to find that they're exempt from the Federal Arbitration Act in their fight to be classified as employees, citing recent appellate rulings that found the law didn't cover Amazon.com delivery drivers.

  2. July 31, 2020

    Workers' Rights Groups Back Lyft Drivers At 9th Circ.

    California drivers challenging Lyft's refusal to classify them as employees and provide paid sick leave have gotten support at the Ninth Circuit from worker advocacy groups, who told the court that the company was endangering its workers and the public during the pandemic.

  3. July 24, 2020

    Calif. Lyft Drivers Take COVID-19 Sick Leave Fight To 9th Circ.

    California drivers told the Ninth Circuit that Lyft's obstinate refusal to offer paid sick leave during the coronavirus pandemic has damaging consequences for the workforce, which justify granting the drivers employee status through an injunction.

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