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Thread: Shots Fired: First Post-Dynamex Lawsuits Filed Against Gig Companies

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    Shots Fired: First Post-Dynamex Lawsuits Filed Against Gig Companies

    The ink on the Dynamex court decision is barely dry, but plaintiffs’ attorneys are not wasting any time in taking advantage of the new misclassification standard established for California businesses. In a pair of lawsuits filed on May 8 in a San Francisco state court, workers for both Lyft and Postmates filed claims alleging they were improperly classified as contractors. The lawsuits each use specific language aimed at conforming to the new ABC test established by the California Supreme Court. Specifically:

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    I knew this day was coming. A few years ago, I was going to join User Testing. When I read their TOS, I saw a clause that said if I was involved in a law suite against them, they could charge me for their fees. I've been involved in many class action suits, and it was never my choice. Getting out of a class action suit is much harder than getting into one. I did not join for that reason. I hope that mTurk does not have that clause.

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