Case tracker—Employment
Case tracker—Employment

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

  • Case tracker—Employment
  • Status and worker categories
  • Employment contract
  • Pay
  • Pensions
  • Equality: discrimination and other prohibited conduct
  • Working time
  • Whistleblowing
  • Data protection and employee information
  • Union recognition
  • Individual rights arising from union membership
  • TUPE and asset purchases
  • Unfair dismissal
  • Redundancy
  • Employment tribunals
  • Civil courts and alternative dispute resolution
  • Brexit

The Lexis®PSL Employment case tracker is produced in collaboration with Gowling WLG.Gowling WLG Links to Lexis®PSL Employment News Analysis reports are included where they are available. We are always pleased to receive details of other cases that may be of interest to subscribers. Please use the 'Contact Us' button above and the LexisAsk function to send us details. Status and worker categories Case Name Number Topic Hearing Date Next court hearing is in: Addison Lee v Lange, Olszeski and Morahan A2/2018/3054 WORKER STATUS—Whether the ET were correct to find that private hire drivers were 'workers' entitled to be paid the national minimum wage and receive holiday pay for the periods that they were logged onto Addison Lee's internal driver portal system. See report of 29 September 2017. The EAT held that the ET had not erred, see report of 16 November 2018. Awaiting decision on papers. Permission granted on 19 March 2019. Case stood out on 21 March 2019 awaiting decision in another Supreme Court case due to be heard by 18 March 2020. Court of Appeal Farrar, Aslam v Uber BV, Uber London Ltd, Uber Britannia Ltd UKEAT/0056/17, [2018] EWCA Civ 2748, UKSC 2019/0029 WORKER STATUS—Whether a taxi-driver is a worker or a self-employed contractor for