Uber SF’s Response to Recent Lawsuit

Uber has received notice of a class-action lawsuit in San Francisco. The details can be found below.

“In just over two years, Uber has provided a convenient, popular transportation option to tens of thousands of San Franciscans and a new source of income to thousands of drivers and their families. Uber complies with all laws and regulations applicable to its business. Any claim to the contrary is baseless and motivated by those who seek to deprive the public of this safe and convenient transportation option. Uber would rather compete for business on the streets of San Francisco than in the courtroom, but Uber will defend these claims in court and is confident of the outcome. ”

–John Quinn, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, Counsel for Uber Technologies, Inc.

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