Archived—2017 Case tracker—Employment
Archived—2017 Case tracker—Employment

The following Employment practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Archived—2017 Case tracker—Employment

This case tracker contains a selection of significant employment judgments handed down in 2017. Information relating ongoing cases of significance can be found in our standard Case tracker—Employment.

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Case NameCitationTopicCourt and Judgment DateHistory
STATUS
Dewhurst v CitySprint2202512/2016WORKER STATUS—Whether a cycle courier is a worker or a self-employed contractor. Central London Employment Tribunal (ET) held that Ms Dewhurst was a worker and entitled to holiday pay for two days, see our report of 10 January 2017.Central London Employment Tribunal

Judgment on 5 January 2017.
Heard on 22 November 2016.
Boxer v Excel Group Services3200365/2016WORKER STATUS—Whether a cycle courier is a worker or a self-employed contractor. Central London ET held that Mr Boxer was a worker and entitled to holiday pay for one week, see our report of 24 March 2017.Central London Employment Tribunal

Judgment on 23 March 2017.
The respondent did not actively defend the claim as its courier operations were sold to CitySprint. Application made for a declaration from the judge as to the claimant's employment status.

Heard

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