Rideshare companies like Uber have already completely transformed the transportation industry, but they are not without their detractors. As I first mentioned in 2017, a class action launched against the company, and has recently made its way to the Ontario Court of Appeal.
The Superior Court motion?decision, summarized on Slaw here, relied on the Arbitration Act,?1991, the?International Commercial Arbitration Act, 2017,?and case law such as?Seidel v. TELUS Communications Inc.,?Wellman v. TELUS Communications Company, and?Douez v. Facebook, Inc.,?to stay the action in favour of a mandatory . . . [more]