California Cities File Suit Against Uber Over Business Practices

Posted on December 10, 2014

The San Francisco and Los Angeles District Attorney's offices announced Dec. 9 that they have filed a civil consumer protection and unlawful business practices lawsuit against Uber Technologies, but have settled a similar dispute with Lyft that required the company to pay up to $500,000 in civil penalties.

San Francisco Business Times article here

Related Topics: California operators, lawsuits, legal issues, TNCs, Uber, vehicle apps

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  • Auntie Uber Juan

     | about 5 years ago

    In the district attorneys' lawsuit filed Tuesday, the prosecutors say, "At the same time Uber was stating that it is 'working diligently to ensure we're doing everything we can to make Uber the safest experience in the world,' it was instead working diligently to ensure it was doing everything it could to successfully defeat a bill pending in the California Legislature that would have actually made Uber safer for its customers and the public."

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