German Judge Lifts Injunction Against Uber

German Judge Lifts Injunction Against Uber

Uber can start operating its UberPop ride-sharing service in Germany again now that Frankfurt Regional Court Judge Frowin Kurth has ruled that the German Taxi Association (Taxi Deutschland) waited too long to file for an emergency injunction against Uber, the BBC reports.

“Uber is innovating within the framework of the law and is in constructive dialogue with policymakers about how ride-sharing best works within the German context. We know by the demand we see for Uber services that Germany recognises the benefits of new and innovative services,” said Fabien Nestmann, spokesperson for Uber Germany, in a blog post.

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Taxi Deutschland civil lawsuit against Uber is still on

Taxi Deutschland has said that it will appeal the decision, but even if it doesn’t manage to get the emergency injunction back in place that