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25 April 2016 By Reynolds Holding

The ride-hailing service settled two cases for $100 mln, calling drivers contractors but making them look even more like employees. A court bounced a similar pact with Lyft, and it’s a hot-button distinction in U.S. labor law. The Uber judge may want the issue settled at trial.

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