Law360 (May 5, 2021, 6:26 PM EDT) — New York City Lyft drivers have urged a federal judge to reconsider her arbitration order in a lawsuit alleging that the ride-hailing giant improperly logged drivers out of the app if they did not hit a monthly 180-ride quota, saying the judge overlooked contract terms that merits keeping the case in court.
Lead plaintiff MD Islam pressed U.S. District Judge Ronnie Abrams on Tuesday to reconsider her March ruling that Lyft Inc.’s arbitration agreement is still enforceable under New York state law, even after Judge Abrams said ride-share or ride-hail drivers like Islam are exempt from arbitration under Section 1 of…
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