06 augustus 2021 | Platform economy record | Uber | On-location platform-determined routine work | Court ruling
On 26 May 2017, the Court of Rome overturned its earlier decision to ban UberBlack nationwide. This followed a decision of Parliament with the Lanzillotta amendment, to suspend provisions in national law governing the taxi and rental sector with drivers.
Court of Rome (Tribunale Ordinario di Roma) (2017), Ruling 26/5/2017 n. 25857/2017 R.G.
On-location platform-determined routine work
Sector aspects, competition, lobbying
Court of Rome (Tribunale di Roma) (Judicial)
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