Prominent plaintiffs attorney Roberta Kaplan has signed on to represent Uber Eats and Postmates in the latest challenge to a post-COVID-19 New York City ordinance that sparked a litigation war between local restaurants and popular food delivery apps.

Kaplan, founding partner of Kaplan Hecker & Fink, argued in a Manhattan federal lawsuit that the ordinance, which requires third-party platforms to share user data with city eateries, endangered customer privacy and violated the U.S. Constitution.

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