Shannon Liss-Riordan doesn’t seem to hesitate when it comes to suing Uber Technologies Inc.

The name partner of Boston’s Lichten & Liss-Riordan, a frequent and longtime courtroom nemesis of the ride-hailing company, sued Uber once again Wednesday evening shortly after California lawmakers passed Assembly Bill 5. The measure, which codifies a landmark California Supreme Court ruling from last year concerning when workers are employees entitled to protections including the minimum wage and certain benefits, was still awaiting Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature as of publication.

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