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NYC Raises Delivery Fee Cap Defense Against DoorDash Suit

By Bryan Koenig (March 8, 2022, 5:41 PM EST) – New York City has expanded on its caps defense on what DoorDash, Grubhub and Uber Eats can charge restaurants, arguing that the lawsuit in federal court for services delivery should be rejected because the rules are necessary to protect restaurants and are not discriminatory.

Monday’s motion to dismiss relied on arguments in the city’s letter last month in which it sought a pre-motion briefing conference — deemed unnecessary by U.S. District Judge Gregory H. Woods — arguing that tech companies had failed to plausibly argue that New York City’s law, which permanently caps delivery and non-delivery charges at a combined price…

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