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Uber Sues NYC Over License Cap
Michigan Attorney General Investigates Executive Car Rental
Investor Sues Getaround, Alleges Fraud

Investor Sues Getaround, Alleges Fraud

The lawsuit claims that Getaround executives tricked Geoffrey Shmigelsky into selling company shares to their family and friends for $1.79 million less than they were worth.

January 16, 2019

Florida Sues Dollar Thrifty Over Rental Toll Fees

Florida Sues Dollar Thrifty Over Rental Toll Fees

The lawsuit seeks restitution for a potential 900,000 customers affected by the company's rental toll fees along with costs of damage waivers the company pressured customers to buy in case of vehicle damage.

September 5, 2018

San Diego Airport Authority Withdraws from Car Rental Fee Lawsuit
Disputed Airport Car Rental Fee Backed by Chula Vista City Council
Green Motion Wins Trademark Battle

Green Motion Wins Trademark Battle

Green Motion first became aware of the company bearing its name in February 2015, and advised the owner that the company’s name infringed upon Green Motion’s U.K. and global trademarks.

August 6, 2018

San Diego Airport Joins Hertz, Enterprise Lawsuit Against Port

San Diego Airport Joins Hertz, Enterprise Lawsuit Against Port

The rental companies contend that the car rental fee does not benefit its customers, as the revenue generated from the fee will fund a parking structure at the Chula Vista Bayfront development project, which is 10 miles from the airport.

August 2, 2018

Turo Sues LAX Over Permit Classification, Facility Fees
Carsharing and Other Mobility Platforms: Legal Issues to Keep in Mind
NLRB Overturns Joint Employer Rule

NLRB Overturns Joint Employer Rule

According to Richard Alaniz, a partner at Cruickshank & Alaniz, a labor and employment firm, there are many open questions as a result of the decision, which could affect car rental franchises.

March 14, 2018

City Attorney Files Lawsuit Against Turo, Alleges Permit Violations at SFO
Lawsuit Claims Uber Used Scheme to Defraud Drivers, Passengers

Court Approves $11M Hertz, ATS Settlement

A New Jersey Federal Court has given final approval of a proposed class-action settlement filed by plaintiffs Susan Doherty and Dwight Simonsen in 2009 (Doherty and Simonsen v Hertz Corp., et al.) .

July 23, 2014

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