In my latest act of bad-assert and total and complete legal genius, the latest salvo in the 'is Uber legal in Victoria or not' war has vindicated me. What happened has happened because I predicted it, or so I would like to believe.
In a recent County Court case, an Uber driver was sued by the Victorian Taxi Directorate for driving a hire-car without permit. Did His Honour find that Uber was operating a 'car-hire' service without authority?
Did the Uber driver walk away from court penalty-free?
Why? Listen to the latest episode of Prima Facie to find out: