• Posts by Alice M. Hodsden

    Alice advises on, litigates, and resolves a wide range of real estate and business disputes, including claims involving corporate governance and breach of fiduciary duty. She regularly works in both state and federal court and ...

Uber Drivers Cannot Bring Class Action for Employment Claims

In a matter of first impression, a panel for the Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed a judgment of the District Court of New Jersey in Singh v. Uber Techs., Inc. (April 26, 2023), compelling arbitration in a putative class action against Uber Technology, Inc. (Uber). The class action was brought against Uber by its drivers who alleged that the rideshare company misclassified them as independent contractors, thereby depriving them of overtime pay and other benefits under wage and hour laws. The panel held that the drivers must bring work-related disputes as ...


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