Why our employment laws need some serious attention
Nottingham law grad Fraser Collingham reflects on his recent experience working in the hospitality industry and explains why employment law reform is much-needed
Supreme Court hears its first ever gig economy case
Far-reaching changes to employment law on the horizon
Judges are not workers, Court of Appeal rules
District Judge fails in claim Uber drivers continue to win
Back in business: Employment tribunal claims increase is treat for lawyers
Your LPC employment law elective suddenly got useful
First it was Uber drivers, now it’s judges: Why does everyone want to be a worker?
District judge’s employment law case currently before Court of Appeal
Supreme Court’s ground-breaking employment tribunal fees decision – what now?
Balance of power has shifted to employees, says Mayer Brown’s Caroline Mathews