Blog: Taxis & the Law
Posted: Mar 12, 2015

Chicago bites back after cabbie’s case is dismissed

The City of Chicago has billed a taxi driver for $10,000 in court costs after the driver’s suit claiming that the drivers should be deemed city employees was dismissed. The driver, Melissa Callahan said, “That was a big shock,” and she is pursuing an appeal. Callahan will need lots of luck. Cab drivers have, for […]

Mar 12, 2015 | Filed under: Blog by Adam Lingle
Posted: Mar 11, 2015

An overview of ‘the Dirty War’

Bloomberg business has a feature on what it calls “Big Taxi’s” war on Uber. Its thesis: “These firms want to kill the young juggernaut—or at least buy themselves enough time to develop rival car-hailing apps.” But: “Probably no amount of media spin will win this one for Big Taxi. Uber is a textbook example of […]

Mar 11, 2015 | Filed under: Blog by Adam Lingle
Posted: Mar 03, 2015

Uber Getting Huger in New York

Uber says it plans to add 10,000 cars to its existing NYC fleet of 13,000 all in 2015, according to a report in Crains New York Business. It will also bring some of its engineering operations to the city. Meanwhile, the company is saying that that it wants the TLC to grow to better handle […]

Mar 03, 2015 | Filed under: Blog by Adam Lingle
Posted: Mar 02, 2015

Uber is Font of Information — If on its own terms

Uber, which has recently had its NYC bases suspended for refusing to provide data to regulators, has released a font of information based on its own survey of drivers it employs.

Mar 02, 2015 | Filed under: Blog by Adam Lingle
Posted: Jan 22, 2015

Uber is Font of Information — If on its own terms

Uber, which has recently had its NYC bases suspended for refusing to provide data to regulators, has released a font of information based on its own survey of drivers it employs. Uber claims that since its launch  in 2012, it has attracted over 16,000 drivers to its app-based taxi service in San Francisco alone.  Over 11,000 […]

Jan 22, 2015 | Filed under: Blog, Newsweek, study, Uber by Adam Lingle
Posted: Jan 21, 2015

Uber Appeal Denied – Must ‘Fess Up unless Commish gives a pass

A New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission judge has rejected Uber’s appeal of an order issued two weeks ago suspending its base licenses. The car service must now turn over data on all trips for its 12,700 car fleet, the Daily News reports. But just as the original order never went into effect — […]

Jan 21, 2015 | Filed under: bases, Blog, suspension, TLC, Uber by Adam Lingle
Posted: Jan 20, 2015

Virginia Makes Apps Almost Legal

Uber and Lyft are moving closer to permanent legal status in the state of Virginia, the Washington Post reports, after a hearing where state senators agreed on a “compromise” regulatory framework for the app-based taxi services. The two companies have been operating in Virginia on a temporary basis since August, WaPo says. Initially told they […]

Jan 20, 2015 | Filed under: app-based taxis, Blog, legal status, lobbyists, Virginia by Adam Lingle
Posted: Jan 17, 2015

Boston Cabbies Battle Apps; Sue Uber & Lyft

Smartphone-based car services like Uber and Lyft are allowed to operate in Boston without the same oversight traditional taxi companies and drivers face, according to federal lawsuit brought by taxi drivers and owners. The Boston Taxi Owners Association filed the Jan. 16 complaint along with Raphael Ophir and Joseph Pierre, two Massachusetts-based owners of taxicab […]

Jan 17, 2015 | Filed under: Blog, Boston, federal court, hail apps, lawsuit, taxis by Adam Lingle
Posted: Jan 16, 2015

South Carolina bans Uber, but Gov shows Luv

The Uber taxi service has been ordered by South Carolina regulators to cease operations in the state. But it says it is the process of seeking permission to legally do business there. “We have challenged the order and remain committed to providing South Carolinians with greater opportunity and choice,” the company said. Meanwhile, Gov. Nikki Haley […]

Jan 16, 2015 | Filed under: Blog, South Carolina, Uber by Adam Lingle
Posted: Jan 14, 2015

A.P. Says ‘Ride-sharing’ it Ain’t!

Companies like Uber and Lyft have often referred to their services as “ride-sharing.”  But the Associated Press now has banned the term as inaccurate. Uber-like services, AP says, should be called “ride-hailing.”Why not just call them car services?  After all, the rides are not shared, they are paid for, like all other taxis. So you […]

Jan 14, 2015 | Filed under: Associated Press, Blog, ride-sharing, the AP by Adam Lingle
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