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Uber car in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore, MD, on Tuesday, March 24, 2020. Uber car in the Hampden neighborhood of Baltimore on March 24, 2020. Photo: Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM

A federal judge said Friday that he’s tentatively leaning toward allowing an antitrust lawsuit against Uber to move forward over claims the company has the ability to restrict the market for ride-sharing and charge monopoly prices.

U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge Joseph Spero of the Northern District of California announced his tentative ruling at the beginning of a hearing held via Zoom videoconference, but said at the hearing’s close that he hadn’t come to a final decision.

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Ross Todd

Ross Todd is the Editor/columnist for the Am Law Litigation Daily. He writes about litigation of all sorts. Previously, Ross was the Bureau Chief of The Recorder, ALM's California affiliate. Contact Ross at [email protected] On Twitter: @Ross_Todd.

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