This case takes place in Oregon and involves drivers working for a medium-sized grocery delivery service. Employee agreements are drafted exclusively by the defendant company and classify drivers as independent contractors, as opposed to salaried workers. The drivers are paid by stop rate with no overtime pay. They are not provided with any breaks and they pay out of pocket for any driving related expenses. Is is alleged that the defendants have routinely violated employment codes by entrenching themselves in employee misclassification, improperly categorizing their drivers as independent contractors when they are in fact full employees. Also, defendants allegedly failed to reimburse plaintiffs for responsible expenses, making deductions from wages. The plaintiffs believe they want compensation for unpaid wages and are owed for their unpaid overtime.