Top Canadian Court Confirms that the Mandatory Arbitration Clause in Uber’s Driver Contracts is Unenforceable

Top Canadian Court Confirms that the Mandatory Arbitration Clause in Uber’s Driver Contracts is Unenforceable

Uber Technologies Inc. v. Heller, 2020 SCC 16, a recent Supreme Court of Canada decision may have significant implications for individuals working in the gig economy, as well as for employers with mandatory arbitration or forum selection clauses in their contracts for service.

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