Samuel Muriithi drove an airport shuttle for Shuttle Express. He did so not as an employee, but as a franchisee. Of course, he alleges that the arrangement was a misclassification and that he was entitled to more pay, overtime, etc. under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Alas, the parties haven't even reached that important question yet. You see, their agreement included an arbitration clause. Shuttle Express pushed for enforcement of the clause but the district court ruled that it was unconscionable due to three provisions in the contract: the class action waiver, the requirement that the parties "split" arbitration fees, and the one-year limitations period for asserting claims.
The Fourth Circuit vacated the district court's opinion, citing AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion, and kicked the case to arbitration.