Warnings of “likely” perjury and allegations that evidence is being withheld have sparked since the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas judge presiding over a lawsuit against the ride-sharing giant Uber is reconsidering her decision to reject its effort to force the case into arbitration.

Judge Abbe Fletman had entered an order in Kemenosh v. Uber denying the ride-share company’s petition seeking to compel arbitration but vacated that order last month.

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