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Schona Jolly QC instructed to represent Deliveroo drivers in the latest challenge to employment conditions in the gig economy

Schona Jolly QC instructed to represent Deliveroo drivers in the latest challenge to employment conditions in the gig economy
Following the recent successes of Cloisters barristers in employment tribunal cases such as Citysprint and Boxer v Excel Group , Schona Jolly QC has been instructed by Leigh Day to represent Deliveroo drivers who are taking legal action against the delivery firm. The claims raise more interesting issues on employment status against the food deliver...
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Caspar Glyn QC and Rachel Barrett to represent claimant in a courier case against Excel

Caspar Glyn QC and Rachel Barrett to represent claimant in a courier case against Excel
Cloisters has been at the forefront of the recent litigation concerning the “gig economy”. Caspar Glyn QC and Rachel Barrett are representing a cycle courier, Andrew Boxer, who is suing Excel with the support of  the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain. Due to its importance it has received press coverage . Mr Boxer asserts that he is a...
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Radio 4's PM interviews Chris Milsom on the Court of Appeal's decision in Pimlico Plumbers v Smith

Radio 4's PM interviews Chris Milsom on the Court of Appeal's decision in Pimlico Plumbers v Smith
Chris Milsom appeared on Radio 4’s PM to discuss the decision of the Court of Appeal in Pimlico Plumbers v Smith and its implications on employment status in the gig economy. Chris explains that PP is just one illustration of a wider issue but is nonetheless a welcome instance of ensuring that those who are in a position of economic subordination e...
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