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Sept. 16 (Bloomberg) – Uber Technologies Inc. won the reversal of a nationwide ban of the company’s ride-hailing app after judges said a group of taxi dispatchers improperly used emergency procedures to obtain the initial court order.

While the judges still think Uber’s service violates German law, the taxi group that won the ban asked for it too late to have it issued under a fast-track process, presiding judge Frowin Kurth said at the Frankfurt courthouse today when delivering the ruling of the three-judge panel.

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