Uber Appears To Be Losing A Big Case In Europe

Posted on July 5, 2017
(Wikimedia Commons photo by Taxidriving)
(Wikimedia Commons photo by Taxidriving)

Uber is on the verge of another legal blow to its business model, after senior lawyers at the EU's highest court sided with the French government in a landmark case against the ride-hailing company.

Fortune Magazine article here

Related LCT article: Uber May Not Survive Long Term

Related Topics: French operators, legal issues, regulatory enforcement, taxis, Uber

Comments ( 1 )
  • Anthony

     | about 2 years ago

    Guber is facing criminal charges is europe, the landslide is begining and they will not be able to stop it..... Operating illegally in europe and the usa is ready to come to the eyes of the courts. Specially were guber rider safety was disregarded in the name of dominating the taxi industry with no profits in sight

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