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A Trainee's Diary - Seat Three

Stuart Long
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My penultimate seat before qualifying involved a concoction of Private Client and Employment Law. Naturally contrasting areas, but I always find it important to learn as much as possible in life. As the saying goes, “knowledge is power”. This is...

Company Liability over Festive Fisticuffs

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Another recent case has considered how far an employer’s liability extends, following a Christmas party. In the case of Bellman v Northampton Recruitment Ltd (NR Ltd), the High court was required to consider if a Company can be held responsible,...

Uber Drivers gain "worker" status

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In a recent high profile case, Aslam and others v Uber BV and others, the Employment Tribunal ruled that two taxi drivers who provided services to Uber,  were “workers” within the meaning of the Employment Rights Act, rather than...