Jefferson Parish sues Uber drivers, but the ride service continues

  

Despite eight new Jefferson Parish government lawsuits aimed at Uber drivers, the mobile application-based ride-hailing company is still operating in the parish. The suits, which target Uber drivers and car owners who let their vehicles be used by Uber drivers, carry fines of as much as $500 per violation. “As far as we know, they’re still
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Massport hits Uber over blaming agency for $8.75 Logan toll

  

Massport is questioning the $8.75 surcharge Uber charges to take passengers to Logan International Airport, saying in a letter to the ride-hailing giant that any implication the charge comes from the state agency is “patently false.” “Massport requests an immediate explanation from Uber of the charges on its customers’ receipts,” reads a letter sent Sept.
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Uber now regulated by the state

  

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) – A new set of rules are going to be put on several ride sharing services in the state, Uber being the most common one. A new law out of this year’s legislative session now gives the state the power to regulate ride sharing companies. The group directly responsible for this
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Uber fighting big legal battles on two fronts

  

Uber, the popular and controversial ride-sharing service, is on the offense and the defense in two big legal battles that could shape its future. The upstart company is taking on local governments and taxi companies in disputes across the country over its right to facilitate rides for customers in a non-traditional manner. In the pre-Uber
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Uber argues for end to local lawsuit

  

Uber is looking to put the brakes on a lawsuit filed against it last month in Chesterfield County. The popular tech-driven ride-hailing service is arguing that the case, which involves a local businessman and an allegedly dramatic New York City taxi trip, should be tossed out or at least be moved to another court. Those
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Florida taxi companies sue state over Uber, Lyft

  

Taxi companies in Tallahassee and Broward County are suing the state over app-based transportation services, alleging that Florida officials aren’t requiring Uber and Lyft to prove that the way they calculate trip distances — and charges — is accurate. The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services certifies taxi drivers’ meters — which measure distances, and,
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