Before the ink was even dry on the California Governor’s signature on Assembly Bill 5 (the sweeping worker classification law that codified the Dynamex decision) last week, rideshare company Uber was hit with a class-action suit alleging the company had illegally misclassified its drivers as independent contractors rather than employees. The plaintiff’s attorney, Shannon Liss-Riordan (currently seeking the democratic nomination for US Senate from Massachusetts against incumbent Senator Edward Markey), claims that Uber failed to pay its drivers minimum wage, overtime and expense reimbursements to which they would be entitled as employees. The suit asks for an injunction requiring Uber to reclassify its drivers in California as employees.