California Supreme Court
California Supreme Court denies petitions for review, leaving in place injunctions requiring Uber and Lyft to reclassify their drivers as employees despite the recent passage of Proposition 22, which deems them independent contractors
February 10, 2021
The U.S. Chamber filed an amicus letter opposing this outcome, and filed multiple amicus briefs in these cases.
U.S. Chamber files amicus letter urging California Supreme Court to vacate worker reclassification injunction in light of Proposition 22, exempting app-based delivery drivers from A.B. 5
January 12, 2021
Click here to view the Chamber’s amicus letter. Jeremy B. Rosen, Felix Shafir, and Steven Fleischman of Horvitz & Levy LLP and the U.S. Chamber’s Litigation Center served as co-counsel for the U.S. Chamber.
The U.S. Chamber previously filed three amicus letters at earlier stages of this case.
- Opinion -- People v. Lyft; People v. Uber (California Court of Appeal).pdf
- U.S. Chamber Amicus Letter -- People v. Uber Technologies, Inc. (California Supreme Court).pdf