Lawsuits alleging Lyft drivers sexually assaulted their passengers are likely to end up in San Francisco Superior Court after a judge granted coordination of the cases.

In a Jan. 17 order sent out to lawyers on Tuesday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Kenneth Freeman granted a request from plaintiffs attorneys to coordinate more than 20 lawsuits against Lyft Inc. under California’s Judicial Council Coordinated Proceedings.

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