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Uber started circulating the new work agreements Friday, two days after a federal judge’s decision vastly expanded a California class action over pay and benefits. (AP Photo)

(Bloomberg) – Uber Technologies Inc. is asking its U.S. drivers to sign a re-worded contract that restricts their right to sue in an escalation of a battle over whether they should be treated as employees.

The ride-share company started circulating the new work agreements Friday, two days after a federal judge’s decision vastly expanded a California class action over pay and benefits. The judge ruled Uber improperly required tens of thousands of drivers to resolve disputes through arbitration instead of in court.

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