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A lawyer for the Uber drivers had asked the judge to invalidate the work agreement the ride-share company started circulating Dec. 11. (Photo: Thinkstock)

(Bloomberg) — Uber Technologies Inc. was barred from imposing a new contract on drivers who are suing the company to be treated like employees after a federal judge said the reworded agreement is confusing.

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