Certain app developers had a sufficient interest to intervene in an FLSA case against Anadarko when: “The plaintiffs … represented in their contracts with the Intervenors that they were ‘independent professionals’—somewhat in tension with the plaintiffs’ current litigation position that they were really Anadarko’s employees. More importantly, the plaintiffs agreed to arbitrate ‘every claim, controversy, allegation, or dispute arising out of or relating in any way to’ not only their relationship with the Intervenors, but also their resulting work placements with Anadarko.” Field v. Anadarko Petroleum, No. 22-20054 (June 7, 2022).

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