Taxi Defence Barristers overturn TfL revocation for driver

Taxi Defence Barristers overturn TfL revocation for driver

FollowFollowFollowFollow Taxi Defence Barristers successfully overturn a decision by Transport for London to revoke a driver’s licence. The case involved rider complaints from Uber and Bolt. Some of these complaints were extremely serious criminal allegations which...
Taxi Defence Barristers overturn TfL revocation for driver

Taxi Defence Barristers success in TfL Appeal

FollowFollowFollowFollow Taxi Defence Barristers was successful in an appeal against a decision by Transport for London to not renew a taxi (hackney carriage) driver’s licence. The case was one involving historic criminal convictions. TfL refused to renew the licence...
TfL blanket PH revocation – Proportionate and lawful?

TfL blanket PH revocation – Proportionate and lawful?

FollowFollowFollowFollow We have had a number of enquiries from Transport for London (TfL) private hire drivers whose licences have been revoked following the qualifications scam exposed by the BBC. In response, TfL has issued a blanket revocation of any private hire...
Taxi Defence Barristers overturn TfL revocation for driver

Taxi Defence Barristers secures TfL victory and costs awarded

FollowFollowFollowFollow Taxi Defence Barristers’ client Mr NS was granted a PHV licence in August 2017. In 2018 UBER passed to TfL information about a series of complaints made by riders. There related to aggressive, abusive and discriminatory behaviour, a fraudulent...
Taxi Defence Barristers overturn TfL revocation for driver

Taxi Defence Barristers secure victory in TfL case

FollowFollowFollowFollow Taxi Defence Barristers represented an applicant (Mr MA) who was refused a private hire licence by TfL.  He was refused on the basis of a DBS entry conviction dating back to 2012-2013 concerning the supply of Class B drugs. Stephen McCaffrey,...
Taxi Defence Barristers overturn TfL revocation for driver

TfL drop case following submission by Taxi Defence Barristers

FollowFollowFollowFollow Taxi Defence Barristers represented an applicant (Mr FC) who applied in 2018 for a private hire licence. In March 2019 Mr FC was refused on the basis of his DBS entry. This included a conviction in March 2012 for an offence of assisting...