In the days since Uber announced that it had reached a settlement agreement with US drivers who had sued to be reclassified as company employees, the attorney representing the drivers has seen a flood of feedback. But not all of the notes — from more than 1,500 drivers — commended her work.
Less than 100 of the drivers that wrote to Shannon Liss-Riordan — who represented drivers in both the California and Massachusetts lawsuits — were angry that she chose to settle, maintaining their status as independent contractors. And now, Liss-Riordan is responding. Read more on recode/net:
• Liss-Riordan gives her views of the Uber case she settled.