Welcome back for another week of What’s Next, where we report on the intersection of law and technology. This week, we gaze into a crack left open by an appellate court ruling ripping up Uber driver’s arbitration agreements. And Google has to post even more employee guidelines. Plus, California’s privacy law faces amendments and controversy. Let’s chat: Email me at [email protected] and follow me on Twitter at @a_lancaster3.

Piecing Together the Scraps of Uber’s Shredded Arbitration Agreements

Last week, an appeals court ruled in favor of Uber drivers in an order that could release a kraken of litigation against the ridesharing industry. Well, if not a kraken because of the opinion’s limited scope, it could amount to a pile-on of lawsuits that, at the very least, would resemble a heaping plate of calamari.

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