TroyGould’s Chris Lilly quoted in The Daily Journal article “Uber’s New Contract Language Won’t Prevent Worker Suits, Experts Say”
. . . The technology argument is stronger than it appears, said Chris Lilly, an employment lawyer with TroyGould PC in Los Angeles. Whatever the challenge in court, judges will have to look past both public perception and the disclaimer and answer whether Uber is a ride-share company or a technology platform, Lilly said.
“They don’t have drivers,” Lilly said. “They have technology. That’s certainly going to be their argument. This is one factor in their favor — [a] very small one, though.”