Uber Settles Legal Dispute with Australian Taxi Drivers, Pays $178 Million

Uber will pay $178 million to resolve a legal battle with Australian taxi and hire car drivers. The settlement ends a class action representing 8,000 drivers, avoiding a trial in Victoria’s Supreme Court. Maurice Blackburn Lawyers stated drivers faced financial losses since Uber’s 2012 market entry. Uber called industry complaints “legacy issues” and emphasized its contributions to Australian transport.

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