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Judge rules Lyft drivers’ settlement to be ‘glaringly’ inadequate

April 7, 2016 - Uncategorized

It seems there is still a long road to go before Lyft can settle a dispute with drivers over proper worker classification. As Bloomberg reports, a federal judge rejected the company’s attempt to settle with drivers as being ‘glaringly inadequate.’ All told, Lyft tried to settle with $12.25 million — a measure that would only net drivers involved in the class action suit about $53 each. U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria determined that the settlement way too low: only comprising about a tenth of the mileage reimbursement requested in the suit. That number doesn’t even factor in other costs associated with…

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