Uber Germany back in business after court suspends the ban in Berlin
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The presiding judge of Berlin’s administrative court has overturned a ban on Uber put in place by the Berlin State Department of Civil and Regulatory affairs four days ago. That ban shut down Uber citing safety concerns. Uber can now operate legally, although it seems likely that the legal wrangling is far from over. This follows the pattern Uber has been through in cities around the globe, with overlapping agencies and incumbent industries jockeying to allow or outlaw the transportation app.
Uber Germany’s general manager, Fabien Nestmann, said in a statement reported by Techcrunch: “This is good news for the great people of Berlin and the thousands of German citizens already benefitting from Ubers great services. Were delighted to…