Uber Class Action
Maurice Blackburn has filed a class action against Uber on behalf of participants in the taxi, hire car, limousine and charter vehicle industry. This class action was introduced in response to losses suffered by drivers, licence owners, and operators, when Uber entered the Australian market.
It doesn't cost you anything to join this Class Action. Find out if you are eligible to join and register today.
We have decided on the national name of Transport Alliance Australia and we will be putting this to a vote of our members at a Special General Meeting in August.
We are growing, expanding and joining forces with many other associations around Australia.
Queensland is our first state to come onboard and it will be known as Transport Alliance Australia - Qld. We are also very close to setting up a branch in Western Australia and it will be known as Transport Alliance Australia - WA.
People who belong to the State branch of Transport Alliance Australia - Qld, - WA, - Vic, will automatically be members of the Transport Alliance Australia Ltd. national body.
The current sponsors of CPVAA will transfer seamlessly across to Transport Alliance Australia. We are also actively looking to bring more sponsors on board that can assist us nationally to bring benefits to our members.
If you, or anyone you know, is able to sponsor us, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The benefits of going national are many. Aside from the support that our sponsors give us, it enables us volunteers (all of us) to continue to represent the industry at many government levels. By giving government one national body to talk to, we can approach them from a position of unity and strength.
This article first appeared in the August edition of Drive A2B Magazine.
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