Tag: Uber

Uber drivers are workers, rules Supreme Court

Aspiring barrister Joshua Xerri looks at the much-talked about employment case

Feb 19 2021 4:07pm

Uber in the Supreme Court: The case so far

BPTC student Joshua Xerri provides a summary of this week's two-day hearing and considers some of the wider issues impacting the so-called ‘gig-economy’

Jul 24 2020 11:58am

Uber’s flotation: from law suits to the stock market

Treacherous legal waters for the tech titan

May 9 2019 12:26pm

Uber wins High Court battle over breach of 1847 taxi law

Boost for controversial transport firm in latest round of regulatory war

Feb 11 2019 8:53am

Uber drivers are workers, says Court of Appeal

Next stop, the Supreme Court?

Dec 19 2018 5:09pm

Can we regulate Uber into ‘doing the right thing’?

In the first of its kind, Legal Cheek launches an occasional series exploring buzzing legal research across the UK and internationally

Mar 16 2018 11:32am

Judges are not workers, Court of Appeal rules

District Judge fails in claim Uber drivers continue to win

Dec 22 2017 10:35am

Advice for aspiring lawyers from RPC, Google and Uber

These are the skills that law students need to start developing for the new digital age

Dec 20 2017 1:57pm

Uber’s Supreme Court debut nears as app suffers another tribunal defeat

Drivers are workers, not self-employed contractors

Nov 10 2017 11:54am

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

Oct 19 2017 9:01am

Uber launches appeal against London licence refusal

Provisional date set for what could be the most headline-hitting case since Article 50

Oct 13 2017 12:54pm

Lawyers round on license-stripped Uber’s ‘dishonourable history’ as stricken company calls on Hogan Lovells to fight appeal

One says defending Uber is as out of fashion as defending Brexit, others think TfL’s decision is ‘Stalinist’

Sep 25 2017 11:35am

The law has to adapt to the Uber/Deliveroo age

If working is going to be more flexible, employment law will have to follow suit

May 12 2017 10:33am

Devereux Chambers barrister Jolyon Maugham QC takes Uber to court over £20 million unpaid VAT

Just weeks after he launched a pro bono project aimed at holding the government to account

Feb 22 2017 11:16am