The EU Court of Justice rules that a company providing an intermediation service based both on the selection of non-professional drivers and on the utilisation of its application which conditions the access at the transport service, shall be considered as a transport company (Elite Taxi / Uber)

In 2014, Elite Taxi brought an action before the Commercial Court No 3 of Barcelona seeking a declaration from that court stating that Uber was infringing transport regulation in force and the Spanish Unfair Competition Act. Central to the discussion was whether

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Pedro Callol, The EU Court of Justice rules that a company providing an intermediation service based both on the selection of non-professional drivers and on the utilisation of its application which conditions the access at the transport service, shall be considered as a transport company (Elite Taxi / Uber), 20 December 2017, e-Competitions December 2017, Art. N° 96418

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