Shannon Liss-Riordan, a lawyer who represents Uber drivers in the case, said she was “delighted” with the deal. Under the agreement, drivers receive about 37 cents per mile for the miles they drove for Uber, she said. In addition, Uber agrees to better explain its deactivation policy to drivers, create a deactivation process and help drivers who have been disabled to return to the platform. Drivers who have been removed from the Court of Appeal`s decision should pursue their claims in individual arbitration if they want a discharge. Uber has been involved in dozens of lawsuits since its inception just a decade ago. If you are interested in all group actions against Uber, please click on the following link.