Don't Get 'Hung Up' on Driver Classification, Uber Lawyer Says at Federalist Society
A top in-house labor lawyer for Uber Technologies Inc. on Thursday, speaking at the Federalist Society's annual convention in Washington, defended the independent contractor classification of the ride-hailing platform's drivers. Mark Floyd, Uber's senior director of global labor relations, said most drivers "are not making a decision to do this for a lifetime, or even a long time."
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