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Uber, Unions & the Law

In Seattle, select Uber and Lyft drivers will soon have the right to unionize. Drivers at both companies are currently considered independent contractors – and the companies would like to keep it that way. Uber in particular is pushing back and cautioning that the future of ride sharing is at stake. This is the first law of its kind dealing with the transportation side of the sharing economy; Nemeth Law attorney Mike Bommarito takes a closer look at the issues.

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