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Taxi Defence Barristers successful in overturning a decision by Transport for London not to renew private hire driver’s licence.
Concerns the Divisional Court judgment, in December, which confirmed the correct approach to operate under the Private Hire Vehicles (London) Act 1998.
The High Court has clarified the definition of “plying for hire” in relation to minicabs working for Uber and Free Now.
If you are licensed by Transport for London (TfL), you must declare certain things to them. Failing to do so might result in a suspension or revocation of your driver’s licence.
From 1 October changes to how TfL assess applications for new or renewal private hire vehicle (PHV) driver licences were implemented.
Transport for London (TfL) private hire drivers must comply with TfL’s English language requirement by 30 September 2021. Are you ready?
Taxi Defence Barristers successfully overturn decision by TfL to revoke our client’s licence on unsubstantiated allegation of double login.
A Private Members’ Bill will focus on ‘overhauling’ taxi and private hire licensing. We look what might be expected.
Taxi Defence Barristers successful appeal to the Crown Court involving driver licence revocation based on a single allegation of sexual impropriety.
Transport for London is set to introduce the national refusals database (NR3) from August 2021 as part of its licensing process.
We have successfully overturned a decision to revoke our client’s drivers licence. We argued that both TfL and Uber’s approach is unfair and prejudicial.
GM contacted Taxi Defence Barristers having been refused a private hire licence by TfL. TfL decided he was not fit and proper on the basis of his DBS.
JT approached Taxi Defence Barristers having been convicted of a public order offence. The offence took place whilst JT worked as a licensed driver.
Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, has confirmed the introduction of safeguarding training for Transport for London (TfL) licensed drivers and applicants.
What’s the position when a driver submits his licence renewal on time but the licensing authority fails to make a decision before the expiry date?
Transport for London has warned Black Cab drivers to keep to the rules on parking up and ranking.
Taxi Defence Barristers successfully overturn a decision by Transport for London (TfL) who refused to grant our client a driver’s licence.
There is a duty to report to TfL details of any convictions, cautions, charges or summonses before any Court. But when and what to declare?
Taxi Defence Barristers has successfully persuaded Transport for London to reverse its decision to revoke a driving licence.
Uber is directing its customers to designated “pick up points” located in London which taxi drivers claim are tantamount to taxi ranks.
To be licensed by TfL you must be of good character. Good character is another way of saying what legislation refers to as “fit and proper”.
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.
Minicab drivers are regulated by the Private Hire Vehicles (London) Act, required to be of good character which is mainly determined by conviction history.
If your licence has been refused, suspended or revoked you should seriously consider an appeal – more often than not TfL decisions are overturned.
Taxi Defence Barristers successfully overturn a decision by Transport for London to revoke a driver’s licence.
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.
Mandatory tax checks will be imposed from April 2022 on all individuals, partnerships and companies applying for taxi or private hire licences in England and Wales.
The Department for Transport (DfT) have published safety screen guidance for drivers, operators and owners of taxis or private hire vehicles (PHVs).
TfL are reviewing the use of in-vehicle closed circuit television (CCTV) in London’s black cab taxis and private hire vehicles.
Is a driver a “worker”? Overview of the Supreme Court ruling in Uber BV and others (Appellants) v Aslam and others.
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Taxi Defence Barristers are taxi legal team who specialise in helping drivers who have had their licences refused or revoked. Our barristers have challenged the decisions of TfL and the PCO for many clients. We don’t underestimate importance of guiding clients through the complexities of hackney carriage and private hire laws. We ensure our clients understand at each stage what is going on.
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