Apps, ride-hailing and plying for hire

Apps, ride-hailing and plying for hire

FollowFollowFollowFollow The High Court will hear arguments touching on the legalities of ride-hailing apps and plying for hire in the forthcoming case of UTAG v TFL & Transopco UK Ltd.  United Trade Action Group (UTAG) was granted permission to judicially review...
Convictions and Minicab Drivers – What you need to know

Convictions and Minicab Drivers – What you need to know

FollowFollowFollowFollow Private Hire (or minicab) drivers in London are regulated by the direct provisions of the Private Hire Vehicles (London) Act 1998 and Regulations made under it. Under the 1998 Act and Regulations, an applicant for a private hire driver’s...
TfL investigations – it pays to appeal

TfL investigations – it pays to appeal

FollowFollowFollowFollow If your licence has been refused, suspended or revoked you should seriously consider an appeal – more often than not TfL decisions are overturned. TfL investigations Transport for London (TfL or also known as the Public Carriage Office) is...
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...