After Uber said the key provision in a proposed California law won’t necessarily apply to it, drivers are fighting back.
Bryan Lazarski was quoted in a CNET article on lawsuits against Uber over whether its drivers are employees or independent contractors:
Some lawyers say Uber will face an uphill battle with these worker classification lawsuits.
“In classification disputes, workers are in a far more favorable position when the hiring entity has to prove their classification of someone as a contractor was right, rather than the worker having to prove it was wrong,” said California-based employment law attorney Bryan Lazarski. But, he added, “changes workers can actually see may take many more years and many more legal battles to achieve.”
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