Uber Mandatory Arbitration Clause Issue Heading to SCC

In a prior post, we discussed the decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal which struck down a clause in a contract between the ride-sharing company and its drivers. This “arbitration clause” required the drivers to submit any dispute to binding arbitration in the Netherlands and hence were denied the right to sue in the […]

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Court of Appeal Finds in Favour of Uber Drivers

We reviewed in a prior post how an arbitration clause can be potentially used by a company to require employment disputes be submitted to an arbitrator for determination as opposed to a civil court. One benefit to an employer is that such a clause may prevent class action proceedings. We then noted the case of […]

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