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Michael Powner quoted by Personnel Today on the implications of the Uber Supreme Court ruling on the gig economy
While the case is fact specific, the decision is likely to be a very persuasive authority for tribunals ruling on others in the gig economy.
Michael Powner quoted by Bloomberg, PA Media and People Management on the Supreme Court's ruling on the employment status of Uber drivers
The Supreme Court unanimously found that Uber drivers are workers under UK law.
Graeme Kleiner, Hugh Gunson and Tom Watts write for Trusts and Estates Law & Tax Journal on the implications of the decision in Mackay v Wesley
Those taking on a trusteeship must be fully informed.
Nick Hurley quoted by the Daily Mirror on 'no jab, no job' policies
'No jab, no job' may seem clear and concise, but mandatory policies requiring the Covid-19 vaccine are far from straightforward.
Julia Cox quoted by Citywealth on the shared home exemption
For those who purchased a second home during the past year, they might want to explore the shared home exemption.
Noel Wardle quoted by Chemist and Druggist on the issues that need to be considered before pharmacies adopt a hub-and-spoke dispensing model
Under current legislation, the hub-and-spoke model can be carried out by pharmacies owned by the same legal entity.
Tim Maxwell quoted by the Antiques Trade Gazette on the European Union's proposed ban on the import and export of ivory
Once the UK law comes into effect it will prevent the export of most ivory from the UK regardless of what form the new EU regulation takes.
Jonathan McDonald and Rahim Hirji write for LawInSport on the relationship between data protection and referee reports in English football
Is data in reports submitted by referees to the Football Association subject to the General Data Protection Regulation?
Nick White writes for City AM on the publication of the first Olympic 'playbook'
How does Tokyo plan to stage a safe Olympics this year - and why cancellation remains the last resort.
David Savage quoted by Construction Law on the confusion over construction contract liabilities arising from Covid-19
An increase in construction disputes relating to time and cost impacts of Covid-19 related project impacts has been seen.
Laura Bushaway writes for the Estates Gazette Legal Q&A on the implications of Covid-19 on business interruption policies
Laura Bushaway considers the question: Am I insured for Covid-19?