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Court of Appeal rules that London Underground must compensate agency workers for underpayments

United Kingdom - April 26 2019 In London Underground v Amissah, the Court of Appeal considered the calculation of compensation under the equalisation provisions of the Agency…

Court of Appeal confirms that Uber drivers are ‘workers’, not self-employed contractors

United Kingdom - February 18 2019 The Court of Appeal has upheld the decisions of the Employment Tribunal and the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) that Uber drivers are workers, not…

Private hire drivers deemed as ‘workers’ not self-employed contractors

United Kingdom - January 21 2019 In Addison Lee Ltd v Lange and others, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) upheld an Employment Tribunal’s decision that three private hire drivers…

Employer is vicariously liable for managing director’s assault on employee after Christmas party

United Kingdom - December 4 2018 An employer can be vicariously liable for the wrongful conduct of an employee during the course of their employment provided there is sufficient…

Discrimination arising from Disability claims: Causation Test must not be applied too strictly

United Kingdom - December 4 2018 Discrimination arising from disability occurs where an employer treats an employee unfavourably because of something arising in consequence of the…