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Uber is vowing to fight in court against the new California bill that threatens to turn its drivers into employees

Business Insider Thursday, 12 September 2019
Uber is vowing to fight in court against the new California bill that threatens to turn its drivers into employees· *Uber will fight to keep its drivers as independent contractors after California passed a bill forcing "gig economy" companies to treat their workers as employees.*
· *Assembly Bill 5 "does not automatically reclassify any ride-share drivers from independent contractors to employees," Uber's chief legal officer told...
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