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Uber introduces mandatory six-hour breaks for drivers.

Uber is introducing mandatory breaks for its drivers. The taxi hailing firm will lock drivers out of the app, meaning they are unable to...

ECJ rules that Uber is officially a transport firm

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that Uber is a transport company, and not a digital service. The decision, which could have...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (10 November...

The EAT has upheld an earlier Employment Tribunal decision that Uber drivers are 'workers'. 2. A manager who was sacked for calling Prince George...

Uber dismissed: the EAT decides drivers are workers

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has upheld the employment tribunal's ruling that Uber drivers are workers and therefore qualify for workers' rights. Here's the link...

Pimlico Plumbers in the Supreme Court – coming down the pipeline...

Questions about employment status are arising across new and old industries – while the platform economy is small (but growing), it embodies wider anxieties...

Reaction: London drivers and GMB win against Uber at the London...

The 'nightmare is over' reads the tweet from the @Ubering_London account, as it comments on the judgement today that ruled that Uber divers are...

Uber employment tribunal decision out today

The gig economy: worker status legal challenge The London employment tribunal is set to publish its eagerly awaited judgement on whether Uber drivers are workers...

The Uber employment tribunal

Law firm Leigh Day is acting for 19 Uber drivers claiming they are workers and therefore entitled to worker rights. For example: a right...