March 20, 2017 / 9:39 PM / 3 years ago

Judge puts brakes on Uber lawsuit challenging Seattle law

A Washington state judge has rejected Uber Technologies Inc’s bid to strike down a unique Seattle law allowing the ride-hailing company’s drivers to unionize, but the city still faces two challenges in federal court.

Washington Superior Court Judge Beth Andrus on Friday dismissed Uber’s claims that the law created an arbitrary cutoff allowing only some drivers to be represented by labor groups and failed to address key collective bargaining issues.

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