This coming Wednesday at noon, the Harvard Law Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review will host a panel at Harvard Law School on the legality of Uber. The discussion will feature Professor Sachs and Shannon Liss-Riordan, the attorney representing Uber and Lyft drivers in major California class action lawsuits, as well as other gig economy workers in different suits. Panel topics will include the pending gig economy worker classification lawsuits, Uber’s business model in relation to employment law, and employment rights in the digital age. For those able to attend, the event will be held in Room 3018 of Wasserstein Hall on the Harvard Law School campus. OnLabor will provide further coverage, including video if it is made available.