Take action against Uber: Uber Has Itself To Blame For $91M Arbitration Bill, Judge Says

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By Frank G. Runyeon (October 13, 2021, 7:54 PM EDT) — A New York state judge ruled Wednesday that a deluge of arbitration claims against Uber — and the $91 million in “outrageous” fees the ride-sharing giant says it now faces — is a nightmare of the company’s own making and that he would not grant an injunction to halt a multimillion-dollar payment.After a two-day hearing, New York State Supreme Court Justice Robert Reed reasoned that Uber was essentially complaining about the “natural consequences” of its decision to impose arbitration provisions on its users.The multibillion-dollar corporation had also failed to show how it would be irreparably harmed if it had…

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