No Dutch treat for Uber

Services agreement requiring arbitration in the Netherlands is unconscionable and invalid, says Canada's top court

No Dutch treat for Uber

The Supreme Court of Canada has scrapped a clause in Uber’s services agreement requiring workers to take their disputes to the Netherlands as unconscionable and unenforceable, leaving those in the company’s employ in Canada free to pursue employment issues in Canadian courts.

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