Uber Wants Calif. Taxi Co.'s Antitrust Suit Canned

Law360 (September 10, 2019, 8:17 PM EDT) -- Uber wants to say goodbye for the last time to an antitrust suit brought against it by a local cab company, telling an Oakland federal judge that the latest iteration of the company's suit "improperly wields antitrust laws to shield it from competition."

Uber Technologies Inc. asked the court Monday to dismiss the suit brought by Desoto Cab Co. Inc., which does business as Flywheel Taxi, for good, calling the local company's newest claims a "desperate attempt to salvage its case, after the bulk of it had been dismissed."

Flywheel Taxi accused the ride-hailing giant of violating a host of provisions...

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