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Driven out of the gig economy

Since the Uber case in October 2016 which saw an Employment Tribunal decide that Uber drivers were not self-employed but were in fact workers, there has been a rise in claims relating to employment

Traditional Harassment

When discussing unsatisfactory performance, did an employer who told an employee she would be “better suited to a traditional estate agency” discriminate because of age? Gomes v Henworth Limited

Litigating Against Insurers

In a recent case, the High Court has found that an insurer can be joined as a party to proceedings against an insured defendant under the Third Party (Rights against Insurers) Act 2010. The Third

Snooping on private emails

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has reversed a previous decision regarding an employer’s right to access and read an employee’s private correspondence, finding that

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