San Francisco’s district attorney has joined a growing chorus of California regulators and enforcement officials taking aim at gig economy companies for what they see as the misclassification of workers as contractors.

District Attorney Chesa Boudin on Tuesday announced a lawsuit against delivery company DoorDash and that his office would be seeking a court order finding that the company should be treating its couriers as employees.

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