Uber Appeals Certification Of California Suit Against Them As Class Action

Uber Appeals Certification Of California Suit Against Them As Class Action

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Not long ago, Uber took an unsurprising step: they changed their driver agreements so their independent contractors would have to give up their right to sue the company in a class action. The drivers eligible for a recently-certified class action in California are those who never agreed to that provision, but that doesn’t mean that Uber isn’t appealing its certification as a class action anyway.

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IRU and the ETF have renewed their call for a level playing field for taxis in Europe

IRU and the ETF have renewed their call for a level playing field for taxis in Europe
BRUSSELS  – The European Social Partners in road transport, IRU and ETF (European Transport Workers’ Federation), have renewed their call for a level playing field in the taxi and hire-car with driver sector. Fair competition is essential for supporting innovation and ensuring high service quality to customers, good working conditions, and competitiveness in the public transport chain.

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