A federal judge rebuked DoorDash Monday for trying to get out of its own arbitration agreement as thousands of its delivery drivers pursue individual arbitration against the company.

Judge William Alsup of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California on Monday said there was a sense of poetic justice in watching the third-party delivery company and its Gibson Dunn & Crutcher attorneys navigate the arbitration process after nearly 2,236 couriers filed for individual arbitration at once.

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