Lyft and Juno, two New York City competitors with Uber, filed a lawsuit on Wednesday to block a new minimum wage for drivers that was set to take effect on Friday.
The companies argue the complicated formula that set a pay floor at $17.22 an hour after expenses unfairly benefits Uber.
A judge did not grant the injunction, but directed Lyft and Juno to place funds intended for drivers into an escrow account while the case is pending.
With 36 hours left before ride-hailing drivers in New York...
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