In an in-depth article, James Temperton investigates the background to the recent landmark judgment in the Employment Appeal Tribunal and speaks to Paul and Rachel about the flaws in Uber’s case.
It’s a bit of a myth to suggest that these new ways of working are imperilled by outmoded laws. The courts have had to preside over cases involving priests, vicars, lap dancers, all sorts of atypical workers – and it can do so in a very nuanced way. That’s the beauty of the common law: it adapts and it develops”
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