Denmark - Enforcement of the Uber court decision - January 01, 2017

Following the Eastern High Court's ruling that an Uber driver was guilty of operating an illegal taxi service, the prosecuting authority has filed charges against the popular ride-sharing service itself. The Danish Prosecution Service (Anklagemyndigheden) and the Copenhagen Police announced that charges have been filed against Uber BV, the Dutch company behind the Uber app. The company is being charged with abetting drivers' illegal taxi service.


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