This short case covers the lawsuit recently filed by the United States against rideshare company Uber over allegations that the company’s wait time policy—which fines passengers for not meeting their drivers on time—violates the Americans with Disabilities Act. Uber denies the allegations despite ample evidence of its policy punitively affecting passengers with disabilities. Students will discuss the case through the lens of corporate social responsibility.
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