Class Action

Uber’s Upfront Pricing


Case Names (Date)

Reed et al. v. Uber Technologies Inc.
22-cv-596, N.D. Cal.
(Jan. 2022)

Spates et al. v. Uber Technologies Inc.
21-cv-10155, S.D.N.Y.
(Nov. 2021)


Product/Service

Uber rides


Allegations

Routinely charging riders more than the cost quoted to them before purchase in the app’s Upfront Pricing feature


Status

Pending



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