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    Anyone who rides in a NYC taxicab pays a 30-cent surcharge on each ride to help the city make the cabs more accessible to those with disabilities. So while the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission (“TLC”) is busy making new rules placing the burden to provide more handicap accessible service upon car services, a new Continue Reading >

    By: Steven
    Posted on: July 17, 2017
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    Uber’s global pattern of driver mistreatment, corporate bullying and legal transgressions should be tolerated no more.  For years, Uber managed to conceal its bad behavior with expensive P.R. campaigns and by claiming they are a technology company and not a transportation provider. Their games may have worked for a while, but their grand plan is Continue Reading >

    By: Steven
    Posted on: June 15, 2017
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    Lets face it. The gig economy is here to stay. If it was not a good idea, then the entire market of new companies that have been created would not be flourishing…and they are not all flourishing because they are taking advantage of loopholes in the law. When something does not go the way they Continue Reading >

    By: Steven
    Posted on: May 18, 2017
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    Transportation Network Companies (TNC) are companies that use online-enabled platforms to connect passengers with drivers. While connecting passengers with drivers is nothing new in the for-hire vehicle (“FHV”) industry, the use of high tech software to do so is a more recent phenomenon. The TNCs initially sparked controversy with the FHV industry because TNCs came Continue Reading >