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NYC 'Black Car' Drivers Fall Short in Wage Appeal
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13 Apr 2017 02:18 AM EST

According to an appeals court on Wednesday, over 200 "black car" drivers in New York City have lost an appeal and will not be able to pursue class action claims that they were deprived of wages. The group originally sued to receive money for unpaid overtime from Corporate Transportation Group and other companies which operated around 700 cars in the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. However, on Wednesday, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan voted against them 3-0, saying the drivers "were in business for themselves."

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