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A Federal Judge in San Francisco ruled that a lawsuit against Uber can proceed as a class action over allegations that the ride service misled its customers about how it shares gratuities with drivers.

On December 2, 2015, U.S. District Judge Edward Chen certified a class of Uber customers who received Uber’s representation that the additional 20 percent it charges for its taxi services is a “gratuity.”  Plaintiff alleges that despite this representations, Uber keeps a substantial potion of this charge for itself.

Two lawyers from Myron M. Cherry & Associates, LLC, Myron Cherry and Jacie Zolna, represent the plaintiff and the class.

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