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a federal judge Tuesday handed down a ruling that the potential to disrupt the definition of that famous instructor over the court date overdrive there's been right to file a class action suit to determine whether they'd be considered employee instead of contractors Reuters reporter Dan Levine in San Francisco advocate could have wider implications , there are a lot of different companies , the company , I'm all kinds of , delivery , like that and so were looted , social security , other high , that those companies don't currently pay they would have to , three drivers need labor arguing they are employees and entitled to reimbursement rate transmit including gap in vehicle maintenance car that drivers currently have to pick up themselves in the ruling US district judge Edward tronic their principio the drivers could do at the group an action that could include more than a hundred sixty thousand California drivers and get acquainted hefty leverage to negotiate a settlement inherit a California labor commissioner ruled that an uber driver was an employee not a contractor lugar has appealed that decision