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August 4, 2021 0

What does the Uber Supreme Court hearing mean for Addison Lee drivers?

Over the summer there was a lot of media attention around Uber workers’ rights claims, but they are not the only drivers that could be affected by the judgment. Here, solicitor Liana Wood explains what the hearing means for Addison Lee drivers. You might have heard that a group of Uber drivers are fighting to…
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September 26, 2021 0

Limo Company To Pay $1.6M In Class Action Wage Deal

Law360 (October 1, 2020, 3:55 PM EDT) — New York-area limo drivers told a federal judge Wednesday that American Limousine Group LLC has agreed to shell out $1.6 million to end a proposed class action accusing the company of violating federal and state law by making them work off-the-clock and withholding tips. The drivers filed…
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September 26, 2021 0

Uber granted 18-month London licence extension after appeal win

Uber has been granted an 18-month extension to continue operating in London after a Westminster court ruled in its favour at appeal. Westminster Magistrates’ Court ruled that Uber was “fit and proper”, despite its “historical failings”. The decision provides certainty for over 40,000 drivers that use the Uber app in London to help connect with ride-hailing…
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September 26, 2021 0

Bet on a one-horse race when it comes to William Hill takeover | Nils Pratley

As a betting event, the fun at William Hill may be over before the takeover action has properly started. A one-horse race may be in prospect. That nag is Caesars Entertainment, which has indicated a £2.9bn, or 272p-a-share, offer and secured a “minded to recommend” nod from William Hill’s board. The other contender, US private…
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September 26, 2021 0

Uber granted London licence as court rules it ‘no longer poses a risk’

Uber has been granted a further 18-month licence in London after an appeal found it was a “fit and proper” company to run private hire car services. Westminster magistrates court ruled in favour of Uber almost a year after Transport for London (TfL) refused the ride-hailing firm a licence extension over safety concerns. The deputy…
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September 25, 2021 0

Monopoly power is running wild. We need tough competition laws to rein it in | Michelle Meagher

There are a million ways to shop online, but all clicks lead back to the same few companies. We can buy a chicken for £3, but just four supermarkets dominate the groceries sector. Taxi rides have never been more affordable, but drivers fend for themselves in the gig economy. Although we live in a world…
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September 25, 2021 0

Safety driver charged in 2018 incident where self-driving Uber car killed a woman

Prosecutors in Arizona have charged the safety driver behind the wheel of a self-driving Uber test car that struck and killed a woman in 2018 with negligent homicide. Court records show that Rafaela Vasquez, 46, on Tuesday pleaded not guilty in the death of Elaine Herzberg. Vasquez is the only person facing criminal consequences in…
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September 25, 2021 0

Safety screens introduced for Addison Lee’s Ford fleet

Date: 16 September 2020   |   Author: Sean Keywood Addison Lee and Ford have introduced new safety screens for the private hire firm’s fleet of Galaxy MPVs. The screens, designed to meet Transport for London regulations, have been designed to allow clear rearward vision when the driver is using the interior mirror, and communication between the…
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September 25, 2021 0