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Employment status in limited company legal providers (Dugdale v DDE Law Ltd)

Employment status in limited company legal providers (Dugdale v DDE Law Ltd)
Published on: 26 July 2017
Published by: LexisPSL
  • Employment status in limited company legal providers (Dugdale v DDE Law Ltd)
  • Original news
  • What were the background facts and key issues?
  • What were the key findings of fact? How did the employment judge resolve the question of whether or not the claimant was an employee during the time that she was a director and shareholder?
  • Did the EAT agree or disagree with the employment judge’s approach to the issue of employment status?
  • How does this judgment sit alongside other recent decisions on employment status?
  • What lessons can practitioners learn from this case?

Article summary

Employment analysis: Stephen Pinder, partner and head of Employment at EAD Solicitors, examines Dugdale v DDE Law Ltd and suggests that practitioners can only ensure work status and rights using proper documentation with no ambiguity. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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