Cab Driver Rips Uber's Bid To Toss Unfair Competition Suit
Law360 (April 19, 2019, 9:01 PM EDT) -- The death of a Boston taxi cab driver who accused Uber of predatory pricing doesn’t mean his proposed class action dies with him, attorneys said Friday, as another cab driver has been named in his place.
The late Raymond P. MacCausland's estate and intervenor Monsar Scheene argued in their opposition brief to Uber’s recently filed motion for judgment on the pleadings that whether MacCausland’s claims survive beyond his death is beside the point.
Scheene, another Boston taxi driver, has filed a “timely motion to intervene” on MacCausland's behalf that meets all federal requirements, according to the opposition brief. All claims remain...
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