Archived—2021 Case tracker—Employment
Archived—2021 Case tracker—Employment

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

  • Archived—2021 Case tracker—Employment

This case tracker contains a selection of significant employment judgments handed down in 2021. Information relating to ongoing cases of significance can be found in Practice Note: Case tracker—Employment.

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Case NameNumberTopicMain issueCase history
Farrar, Aslam v Uber BV, Uber London Ltd, Uber Britannia LtdUKEAT/0056/17, [2018] EWCA Civ 2748, UKSC 2019/0029, [2021] UKSC 5Worker statusWhether a taxi-driver is a worker or a self-employed contractor for national minimum wage, holiday pay and whistleblowing protection purposes. The Central London Employment Tribunal held that the claimant Uber drivers were workers, see our reports of 7 November 2016 and 8 February 2017. The EAT upheld the decision of the ET, see our report of 10 November 2017. The Court of Appeal also upheld the decision of the ET, see our report of 20 December 2018. The Supreme Court also upheld the decision of the ET, see our reports of 22 February 2021 and 2 March 2021.Claims issued on 29 October 2015. Six-day hearing started on 20 July 2016. ET Judgment delivered on 28 October

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