A lawsuit, the latest in a wave of class actions against rideshare companies, claims Lyft illegally misclassified Mass. drivers as independent contractors.
A class action suit accuses Lyft of illegally misclassifying employees as independent contractors to avoid providing overtime and other benefits.
A consumer alleges in a class action that she received at least one unauthorized call from Lyft that displayed the common signs of being an automated robocall.
A class action claims Lyft worked in tandem with Yodel Technologies to place to consumers unlawful robocalls in an effort to solicit potential drivers.
Lyft, Inc. has been named in a proposed class action lawsuit alleging the company violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending an unsolicited text message to a consumer’s cell phone.
Lyft Inc. is facing another proposed class action that claims it misclassified its drivers as independent contractors, withheld a percentage of their due wages, and falsely advertised how much they would earn each week.
In a proposed class action, a NJ Lyft driver alleges the company charges riders more than what it tells drivers - and keeps the discrepancy for itself.