DoorDash and Grubhub are suing San Francisco over a permanent delivery fee cap of 15%. The companies call the cap "unnecessary," "harmful" and "unconstitutional" and are seeking monetary damages.
“The lawsuit claims restaurants have a wide range of options for delivery, which includes pricing that is well below 15%, which makes the permanent cap unnecessary,” per Restaurant
. The companies argue the cap “disrupts contracts between platforms and restaurants, and permanently dictates the economic terms on which a dynamic industry operates."
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