Class Action Lawsuits
How We Survived Getting Sued in Our First Year of Business
The big lesson we learned: Break up your projects, to minimize the pain should one of them get sued.
New York Drivers Group Sues Uber, Claims Labor Laws Violations
A group representing 5,000 Uber Technologies Inc. drivers in New York City filed a lawsuit on Thursday accusing the ride-share company of depriving drivers of various employment protections by misclassifying them as independent contractors.
The Driver Who Sued Uber Slams 'Offensive' Settlement
Douglas O'Connor objected to the settlement, saying that it pays drivers 'less than a tank of gas.'
Facebook Hit With Lawsuit Over Plan to Issue New Stock
The lawsuit says that Zuckerberg 'wishes to retain this power, while selling off large amounts of his stockholdings, and reaping billions of dollars in proceeds.'
Warehouse Workers Accuse Target of Not Paying Overtime, File Lawsuit
The lawsuit seeks class action status for misclassifying a position as exempt from overtime.
Uber Class-Action Suit Allowed to Expand to More Drivers
Drivers are seeking reimbursement for expenses including vehicle maintenance and the cost of gas, which the company does not currently pay for.
Austria's Supreme Court to Decide if a Class-Action Lawsuit Against Facebook Is Allowed
A law student is suing the social network over its privacy policies, and more than 25,000 people are signatories.
Court Denies Uber's Request to Appeal Class-Action Status of U.S. Driver Lawsuit
The lawsuit was filed by drivers who wish to be deemed employees.
Judge Allows Class-Action Lawsuit Against Target in Data Breach
A U.S. judge certified a class action against Target brought by several banks over the retailer's massive data breach.