London regulators failed to renew Uber's operating license in September, a move that the company is now trying to change.
LONDON (Reuters) - Uber lodged a court appeal on Friday to overturn a decision by London's transport regulator that stripped the taxi app of its operating licence in its most important European market, the first stop on what is set to be a…
LONDON (Reuters) - Uber submitted a court appeal on Friday to overturn a decision by London's transport regulator that stripped the taxi app of its operating licence in one of its most important markets.
Ride-hailing service’s licence expired on 30 September after TfL ruling, but it can continue operating during legal process
Uber formally lodges TfL appeal - hours before London deadline which would have seen drivers forced to stop work
Uber today filed an appeal against Transport for London's decision to strip the cab-hailing app of its licence — hours before a deadline that would have grounded thousands of drivers.
The company had until Friday to file an appeal, which will allow it to continue operating while the case is heard.
Uber is expected to start the appeal process against TfL's decision to deny it of a new London licence.