SAN FRANCISCO — In a sign of just what a tangled snarl the Uber driver misclassification litigation has become, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Thursday held the judicial equivalent of an intervention to figure out how to move forward with a cluster of overlapping appeals.

Judge Richard Tallman, who sat on the panel for what was billed as a status conference, said he had not presided over a similar hearing in 17 years.

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