Massachusetts SJC rules that Uber terms and conditions are not binding on passengers

Massachusetts’ highest court has ruled that an Uber passenger did not enter into a binding contract by downloading the Uber app and clicking on a link stating that the passenger accepted Uber’s terms and conditions. This was a case alleging unlawful discrimination against a disabled passenger by Uber drivers, who refused to give rides to […]

U.S. SUPREME COURT CONSIDERS CASE INVOLVING POLICE OFFICER INJURED AT A PROTEST

This article is a follow-up on our recent article about potential claims by police officers who are injured while responding to violent protests.  The US Supreme Court recently considered a case involving exactly that (DeRay McKesson v. John Doe).  While the Supreme Court sent the case back to a lower court without actually ruling on […]