Uber, Lyft Fight for Overturn of Injunction Forcing Drivers to Be Reclassified as Employees
Uber and Lyft have argued that Judge Ethan Schulman's injunction, issued Aug. 10, was premature, too broad and did not account for the operating practices of the two ride-hailing giants or the impacts it would have on thousands of drivers.
State appellate justices on Tuesday pushed back on arguments by Uber and Lyft that a trial court judge abused his discretion by issuing a preliminary injunction—now stayed—forcing the ride-hailing companies to classify their drivers as employees.
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