Uber Employees May Receive Unemployment Benefits, Pa. Supreme Court Rules
The justices ruled on a 5-2 vote that an Uber driver was not engaging in an independently established business when driving for the ride share company. Some attorneys say the decision could have a ripple effect for the broader gig economy.
Out-of-work persons who began driving for the ride share giant Uber may receive unemployment benefits, Pennsylvania’s high court has ruled in a decision that some attorneys say could have a ripple effect for the broader gig economy.
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