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Is Lyft Going To Make Its Drivers Sign Forced Arbitration Clauses?

The case over whether or not Lyft drivers are employees or independent contractors has come to an end. So what was the ruling? There was none… Is Lyft Going To Make Its Drivers Sign Forced Arbitration? The case between Lyft and its drivers was settled for $12.25 million. Many legal experts had anticipated that a verdict on the massive class…
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Requiring “E-Hailing” Apps: Is Legalizing Uber And Lyft A Good Idea?

Broward County didn’t like what they were seeing from the new ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft, and so county leaders came together to pass new and stricter regulations on these ridesharers. That prompted Uber and Lyft to pull out of Broward, which led to a quick backtrack. In the end, Broward County drafted new legislation that brought rideshare companies…
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Lyft Sued For Wrongful Death: Will The Case Make Ridesharing Safer?

On Halloween afternoon, the mail room supervisor for Fisher Island was riding his motorcycle when he encountered a rider’s worst nightmare. A car failed to yield while making a left-hand turn and plowed into him. The 29 year-old succumbed to his injuries, and is survived by his wife, step-daughter and a newborn son that will never get to meet his…
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