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Uber's Jump says bikesharing contract extension granted Lyft a monopoly and skipped a required public bidding process.
Uber: City's attempt to 'resuscitate' data breach lawsuit 'naked gamesmanship' to maintain play for Uber's money
Nearly a year after Uber agreed to pay $148 million to settle claims with Illinois and all other U.S. states over a 2016 data breach, the ride hailing service is still in Cook County court, seeking to persuade a judge to pull to the curb the city of Chicago’s persistent attempts to make the company pony up millions more in fines under a city data breach ordinance.
Chicago drops ban on advertising in Uber, Lyft cars; Video ad app maker drops constitutional legal challenge
A decision by Chicago City Hall to amend a city ordinance to now allow interactive video advertising in vehicles operated by drivers for ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft has brought to a conclusion one company’s legal quest to win a court order declaring such a ban unconstitutional.
The mother of a stillborn baby is suing Uber and an Uber driver, citing alleged negligent driving that resulted in injuries and the death of her baby.