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    Jean-Paul v. Uber Technologies Inc.

    Uber / Revenue loss of taxi drivers

    This class action aims to obtain damages for loss of revenues and loss of value of the owners’ permit following Uber’s activities.

    The action alleges that the defendants offered services of remunerated transportation of persons by motor vehicle on Quebec territory, without holding permits provided for by the Act respecting transportation services by taxi.

    Latest news

    On January 23, 2017, the Quebec Superior Court authorized Mr. Wilson Jean-Paul to bring a class action against Uber Canada Inc., Uber Technologies Inc., Uber BV and Rasier Operations BV on behalf of the taxi driver’s and taxi owner’s permit.

    Conditions to be part of this class action

    You are part of the class action if you have held a taxi owner’s permit and / or taxi driver’s permit for the A11, A12, A2, A5, A8, A25, A30, A36, A38 areas between October 28, 2013, and October 15, 2016, the effective date of the pilot project.

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    Summary of the class action

    On October 28, 2013, the company known as Uber began commercial activities of remunerated transportation of people by motor vehicle in Quebec without holding the necessary permits to engage in such activities.

    Stakeholders in the taxi industry allege that Uber’s activities have significant damages to the taxi industry, including loss of revenues and depreciation of taxi owners’ permits.