Czech Republic - Legal battle with Uber continues - October 31, 2017

Uber is back on the road in Brno after the Supreme Court temporarily overturned a ban on its services in the country’s second largest city. It is the second time that such a ban has been invalidated by a higher instance court in a protracted battle between Brno’s taxi drivers and Uber. The ban, which was in effect since mid-July 2017 was cancelled on the grounds that it was a preliminary measure adopted ahead of the final decision on the legal dispute between Uber and the Lido taxi service.

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