Uber has a tough road ahead as it appeals Florida’s recent decision that a former driver was an employee, not an independent contractor, employment law experts said.

“They vigorously fight these cases and, in my opinion, are trying very hard to keep their business model in place,” said employment lawyer Jamie Dokovna, a shareholder of Becker & Poliakoff in West Palm Beach. “Whether or not they get to continue with it may not be their choice.”

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