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Tony West, Uber senior vice president, chief legal officer, delivers a keynote address at Bloomberg Law’s In-House Forum West. Photo: Jason Doiy/The Recorder

As social distancing restrictions and safety concerns brought on by the coronavirus pandemic continue to wreak havoc on the gig economy, many tech companies are being forced to make cuts across the board. The latest of which is Uber Technologies Inc., which earlier this week eliminated thousands of jobs, including more than a dozen positions within the legal department.

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Sarah Tincher

Sarah Tincher is the managing editor of The National Law Journal and Corporate Counsel. Contact her at stincher@alm.com. On Twitter: @sntincher

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