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Lapdancers, Methodist preachers, part time judges and other persons of dubious employment status

17 Apr 2013 - , 00:00

In this seminar PJ Kirby and Gemma Witherington consider the issue of employee status. Is he or she an employee, a worker, an office holder or self-employed? The answer will be relevant to which remedies are available to the wronged individual. This is a very important issue in economic times where some organisations seek to avoid the consequence of employment law.

PJ and Gemma will consider the four key recent cases in this area, X v Mid Sussex CAB, O’Brien v Ministry of Justice, Quashie v Stringfellows and President of the Methodist Conference v Preston in relation to employment status.

They will also look at rights of solicitors in LLPs  and part time judges, considering the cases of  Bates van Winkelhof v Clyde & Co LLP and Tiffin v Lester Aldridge LLP.
 

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