Food-Delivery Companies Suing New York City

New York City passed a law last year, putting a cap on commissions food-delivery companies can charge restaurants for their services, thus helping restaurants stay afloat during the pandemic. Recent legislation has made the law permanent, causing concern for Grubhub, DoorDash, and Uber Eats. This law has cost these companies substantial income and could be considered government overreach. Oxford’s policy could aid companies in a similar situation to mitigate their losses and recoup their lost income or associated expenses.

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