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Uber drivers are “workers”; Employment Appeal Tribunal confirms today

Today, the Employment Appeal Tribunal handed down its landmark decision in Aslam & Farrar v Uber confirming that Uber drivers are “workers” and entitled to be paid minimum wage, holiday pay and not be subjected to detriment if they blow the whistle. The judgment is here . Jason Galbraith-Marten QC and Sheryn Omeri represented the Claimant Uber ...
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Cloisters act in Uber case

Jason Galbraith-Marten QC and Sheryn Omeri , barristers at Cloisters, are representing Uber drivers who have brought claims against Uber BV (Dutch parent company), Uber London Limited and Uber Britannia Limited as test cases. They are instructed by Bates Wells Braithwaite. The drivers are claiming that they are entitled to minimum wage, holiday pay...
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