Uber Technologies Inc. has won a victory against some 160,000 drivers who could potentially have been class members in a suit over the company taking a cut of their tips and keeping them from working as full-time employees with benefits.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Tuesday reversed class certification in the case, ruling that the drivers can’t sue the company because of an arbitration clause contained in their contracts.

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