Uber Settlement On The Horizon?
August 26, 2018
Source: Ars Technica
Since nearly the beginning, Uber
has paid its drivers 80 percent of a given fare. However, in the lawsuit, lead plaintiff Martin Dulberg claims that the company has now changed the way it calculates what that fare is. The result is that the company consistently pays between 70 and 80 percent—but not the full 80 percent—of what the fare should be.
This, plaintiffs claimed, is in violation of the December 2015 work agreement (known as the Technology Services Agreement, or "TSA") that they and many other drivers signed. As they opted out of arbitration, they can sue and band together as a class.
The lead plaintiff, Martin Dulberg, is represented by Napoli Shkolnik PLLC.