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Lawyers who represent more than 2,000 DoorDash delivery workers pursuing individual arbitration against the company are crying foul over moves the company recently made, which they claim frustrate their clients’ ability to move forward with worker misclassification claims. The lawyers at Keller Lenkner also claim that changes made by DoorDash and its counsel at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher to push a new arbitration agreement directly to their “Dasher” clients via the delivery app skirted ethical rules against communicating directly with a represented party.

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Ross Todd

Ross Todd is bureau chief of The Recorder in San Francisco. He writes about litigation in the Bay Area and around California. Contact Ross at rtodd@alm.com. On Twitter: @Ross_Todd.

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