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Artificial Intelligence: impact on employees, employers and the future of work

United Kingdom - January 24 2018 Having already set the scene for the debate and examined the framework for managing the risks posed by AI in our series of articles on this topic...

Chris Holder, Vikram Khurana.

Right to holiday pay carries over indefinitely

United Kingdom - January 4 2018 In the recent case, King v Sash Windows, referred to the ECJ by the UK Court of Appeal, the ECJ has held that where a worker is discouraged from...

Lidia Poczok, Justin Costley.

CAC decides that Deliveroo riders are independent contractors

United Kingdom - November 16 2017 The CAC has published a decision holding that Deliveroo's riders (a network of individuals carrying out delivery jobs for Deliveroo, mainly by bike...

Vicarious liability - bank liable for acts of doctor

United Kingdom - September 18 2017 A recent High Court decision (Various Claimants -v- Barclays Bank Plc) is a useful reminder to employers about the scope of vicarious liability. This...

Lidia Poczok, Justin Costley.

Discrimination cases and the burden of proof

United Kingdom - September 18 2017 Efobi -v- Royal Mail is a recent decision of the EAT, which is likely to have a significant impact on discrimination claims. It has previously been...

Lidia Poczok, Justin Costley.