Uber’s appeal to the Supreme Court against drivers employment rights was heard on 21st and 22nd July 2020.
The court’s judgement is expected soon. If it upholds the original employment tribunal ruling this will have implications for all Uber drivers income and compensation entitlements.
We represent Uber Drivers compensation claims on a ‘No Win - No Fee’ basis.
Please see FAQs section for what affect the court’s judgment could have if Uber loses it’s appeal.
The amount of compensation you may be entitled to depends upon how many hours you work and how long you have worked for Uber.
Please use the compensation estimator to see how much you could be entitled to claim per year.
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28-Sep-2020 - Source
A judge has ruled that Uber is "fit and proper" to hold an operating licence in London despite "historical failings".
The ruling comes after Transport for London had in November rejected the ride-hailing app's application to continue trading in the capital, pointing to "several breaches that placed passengers and their safety at risk".
13-Aug-2020 - Source
Uber has warned it will have to shut down in California if it is forced to classify drivers as employees instead of independent contractors.
The ride-hailing giant is currently appealing against a Supreme Court judgment in the state that requires the company to recognise its drivers as employees and give them employment protections as a result.
You will only have to pay anything if you win. You will not have to pay anything up front. Any payment would only come out of the money we recover from Uber.
We will conduct your case under a ‘no win - no fee’ agreement. If you win, our fees will be deducted from damages recovered. If you do not win your claim, then you will not be liable to pay anything.
If you are successful, our fees are 25% plus VAT of damages recovered.
05-Aug-2020 - Source
What is the outcome of Uber's appeal to the Supreme Court against Uber drivers claim?
The hearing took place on 21st and 22nd July 2020. The Supreme Court's judgement will be handed down and published on its website on the link below and is awaited.