What Strippers Can
Teach Uber

Lauren Smiley
Apr 20, 2015 · 13 min read
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The on-demand industry says it’s turned our concept of work upside down. But one attorney thinks we’ve been here before — again, and again, and again.

By Lauren Smiley


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