There are around 40,000 drivers in four states and 22,000 taxi and rental car license holders.
The senior Associate of Maurice Blackburn Elizabeth Oshia says that if Uber, if he succeeds in the work, Uber would have to pay "hundreds of millions of dollars."
The Maurice Blackburn case is worth $ 700 million in Black Shani Agriculture Village in Victoria in 2014, the largest workshop in 2014.
It is reasonable to assume that the settlement is likely to be replaced by the biggest settlement yet, "Oshya said.
If Uber is guilty of argument, the compensation for entering the market of Ubar will be asked to compensate. Taxis industry will be avoided.
Advocates will also look into the loss of tax leasing from license tax plates from Taxi since 2014.
Oushia said, "You can not agree to not agree with the rules and you will not be able to achieve the achievement".
"They have achieved market participation and have created their businesses illegally," she said.
The company hopes to file a case in the end of this year or next year. They are sure that they will succeed.
We're working with a team of very senior barracks. We stood firm in the conclusion that we were near. "We think we have a good deal."
The case is supported by Harbour on British litigation.
The packaging of the 250 million industrial system, which was paid $ 20,000 to taxi license plate owners, was closed on two plates by Nuclear Taxi Council chief executive Martin Rogers.
"This left people displaced, and many people lost $ 200,000 in an object due to their price rise," Rogers said.
"They are trying to win an immediate prize, their age is too late, so that's the only way to go to a pension."
Apart from the release of the people, many have lost $ 200,000 for their compensation.
Martin Rogers, New SV Taxi council
Cabs 2000's Managing Director Shane Holly said: Taxi drivers do not have a great deal of crisis when entering Uber Market.
"The damage was great, and it was almost immediate," he said.
"We have lost revenue through our customers, and they have great motivation to get market share and make it flow."
The license plate owners lost 80 percent of the value lost in the help package offered in Queensland.
"There are families who have lost their homes and their future investments."
Several reports of the case have spread, but a "bilateral notification has been received," a Uber spokesperson said.
We focus on providing great services to drivers and drivers in the cities we've worked with, "she said.
The transport reporter on The Aill