Uber’s recently announced $100 million settlement to resolve the O’Connor v. Uber Technologies, Inc. class action, in which plaintiffs sought an order deeming them employees, rather than independent contractors, already faces objections from an unlikely source — plaintiffs’ attorneys leading other putative class actions against Uber that would be resolved under the terms of the settlement. Among those objecting are Andrew P. Lee, counsel in the In re Uber FCRA Litigation and various other attorneys prosecuting employment or worker’s compensation claims against Uber in other courts. The hearing on the O’Connor plaintiffs motion for approval of the settlement is currently set for June 4, 2016.

For those interested in reviewing the settlement, the motion can be found here.