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Worker Status and Vicarious Liability: The Need for Coherence

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Sarah Fraser Butlin and Robin Allen QC have published a University of Cambridge Law Faculty working paper on Pimlico Plumbers and vicarious liability.  Gig economy cases continue to dominate the news and work their way through the courts. This paper considers a different angle to the issues and argues that the developments in vicarious liabili...
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Constructive knowledge of disability: Donelien v Liberata UK Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 129

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In this blog Nathaniel Caiden considers yesterday’s judgment by the Court of Appeal that concerned constructive knowledge of disability - Donelien v Liberata UK Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 129 (in which Tom Brown appeared throughout for the successful party). HR professionals, employers, lawyers and courts all have to deal with the sometimes fraught questi...
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Schona Jolly QC to address disability and equality in a post-Brexit UK.

Thursday 8th February Schona Jolly QC will speak at the upcoming Business Disability Forum President’s Group Dinner. A flagship event for Business Disability Forum Partners, the dinner is an opportunity for senior leaders to join thoughtful and interesting conversation with disabled opinion formers and influencers. The theme of the evening will be ...
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Closing the Race Employment and Pay Gaps: Levers for Change

Wednesday 31 January 2018, 10 - 1pm The Equality and Diversity Forum and Cloisters are excited to host, Closing the Race Employment and Pay Gaps: Levers fo r Change.  This seminar will focus on how we can work together to achieve policy and behaviour change, hearing from leading experts in these fields. An interactive panel session will provid...
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Glasgow City Council Decides Not to Appeal

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Yesterday, Glasgow City Council decided that it would not pursue permission to appeal to the Supreme Court against the Court of Session decision in HBJ Claimants v Glasgow City Council [2017] IRLR 739. The Court had allowed the claimants’ appeal against rulings by the ET and EAT that the Workplace Pay and Benefits Review (“WPBR”), the job evaluatio...
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