·  Legal News, Analysis, & Commentary


This Week in Rideshare: Funding, Unions, and Sharing

— February 4, 2022

Lyft dumps money in MA, drivers want to unionize and a big “NO” for shared rides. LegalRideshare breaks it down.

Collective bargaining, solo rides, and the right to bathrooms on the job. It’s all here in This Week in Rideshare.

MONDAY 1/31/22

A hit-and-run caused the death of an Uber passenger. Mercury news reported:

TUESDAY 2/1/22

Lyft goes in big on pushing a new Massachusetts measure. Open Secrets reported:


Drivers are still fighting for the right to unionize. Gothamist explains:


With the possible return of shared rides, drivers have voiced serious concerns. CBS Los Angeles reported:

FRIDAY 2/8/22

Three Transgender Felony Holders Sue over Name Change Law
Photo by Sharon McCutcheon on Unsplash

Uber is back in the hot seat after “serious questions” popup over transgender drivers’ treatment. LA Times reported:

LegalReader thanks our friends at LegalRideshare for permission to share this news. The original is found here.

Join the conversation!