Limo Co. Says Uber Drivers Are Employees Under Dynamex

Law360 (October 9, 2018, 2:51 PM EDT) -- A California limousine company told a federal court Friday that the state's newly adopted Dynamex standard for distinguishing between independent contractors and employees will show that Uber Technologies Inc. has misclassified its drivers to get a competitive edge over traditional taxicabs and limousine companies.

Diva Limousine Ltd. filed a motion for partial summary judgment in its proposed class action alleging the ride-hailing giant has unfairly stolen business from traditional taxicab companies by lowballing its drivers' wages and unfairly steering clear of the required costs of doing business. Diva's motion seeks a quick win on the issue of whether Uber drivers are...

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