Checkr, Lyft, Uber and Background Checks Gone Wrong

Check out the latest article that consumer protection lawyers Mark Mailman and Alexis Lehmann of Francis Mailman Soumilas, P.C. were interviewed for.
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Locked out of the gig economy: When background checks get it wrong

In a flurry of lawsuits, drivers say Checkr cost them their livelihoods.
by Issie Lapowsky February 7, 2020

“…”Checkr blames Uber. Uber blames Checkr, and who suffers?” says Alexis Lehmann, an attorney with the Philadelphia-based firm Francis Mailman Soumilas, which has represented dozens of consumers in these cases. “The drivers can’t get anywhere.”…”

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