Citing a host of unresolved factual disputes in the case, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has revived an employment class action filed by UberBLACK drivers who claim the ride-sharing company failed to pay them minimum wage.

At the heart of the dispute, the dismissal of which was reversed by the Third Circuit on Tuesday, is whether the drivers should be classified as independent contractors or employees under law.

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