Uber drivers, if employees, owed $730 milion more - court documents | Reuters

SAN FRANCISCO Drivers who worked for ride-hailing service Uber [UBER.UL] in California and Massachusetts over the past seven years would have been entitled to an estimated $730 million in expense reimbursements had they been employees rather than contractors, according to court documents made public on Monday.

The figure was calculated by attorneys for drivers in a class action against the company, based on a standard rate for mileage reimbursement set the U.S. government, and on data provided by Uber. Uber disputes the idea that drivers would ever be entitled to that reimbursement rate.


(Reporting by Dan Levine; Editing by Matthew Lewis)

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Updated Date: May 10, 2016 02:15 AM

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