Quinn Emanuel fired Uber over non-viable fixed fee rates, court documents reveal
US firm emailed Uber last autumn to state its fixed fee rates were "not financially viable"
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan ended its relationship with Uber due to fixed fee arrangements with the company that were described as having been at rates “that are not financially viable” for the firm, according to court filings.
The details behind the firm’s decision to end its lawyer-client relationship were revealed in a recently filed document in the ongoing legal battle between the ride-hailing giant and Alphabet self-drive venture Waymo.
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