Uber Technologies Inc. is urging a California judge to reject National Labor Relations Board subpoenas that seek nationwide information about the ride-sharing company’s relationships with its drivers.

Uber, represented by Littler Mendelson, on Monday said the labor board’s subpoenas, rooted in claims from two drivers in California, are “nationwide, overly broad and burdensome.”

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