Sidecar, as advertised on its 2012-era website. (credit: Sidecar)
Sidecar, an app-based ride-hailing startup that folded three years ago this month, has sued Uber, alleging that the dominant rival is "now a monopolist," and as such drove Sidecar out of business.
The lawsuit, which does not seek specific monetary damages, asks a San Francisco federal judge to declare that Uber is in violation of federal antitrust laws and state anti-competitive laws.
Sidecar shut down in December 2015, and its assets were sold to GM shortly thereafter.
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