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Jamie Lester comments on Uber employment tribunal ruling in Lawyer Monthly

  • October 31, 2016
  • By Hunters Law

Uber drivers in the UK have won an employment tribunal case, which ruled they are workers rather than self-employed, and therefore are entitled to holiday pay, paid rest breaks and the National Minimum Wage.

Jamie Lester, Partner at Lincoln’s Inn law firm Hunters incorporating May, May & Merrimans:

“This is a decision which will no doubt be the subject of appeal and potential further appeal, given the huge ramifications to Uber’s current business model which might now be unsustainable.”

Read the full article in Lawyer Monthly here.

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