June 12, 2019

Doe v. Uber Technologies, Inc. et al

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Case Number:

3:19-cv-03310

Court:

California Northern

Nature of Suit:

P.I.: Other

Judge:

Jacqueline Scott Corley

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Reflects complaints, answers, motions, orders and trial notes entered from Jan. 1, 2011.
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  1. September 15, 2022

    Uber Defeats Negligence Claim Over Impostor Driver's Assault

    A California federal judge nixed a negligence claim Thursday asserted by an Uber passenger who was assaulted after getting into the car of a suspended driver, which still bore the Uber decal, finding that the ride-hailing giant didn't owe a duty of care for the harm caused by a third party.

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