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The EAT Uber judgment and workers’ rights in the ‘sharing economy’: Present...

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UCL Chandler House B02

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2 Wakefield Street

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Speakers:
Karen Scott (UCL Laws and part-time judge at the London Employment Tribunal)
Jason Moyer-Lee (General Secretary, IWGB)
Colm O’Cinneide (UCL Laws, Professor of Constitutional and Human Rights Law)
Nicola Countouris (UCL Laws, Professor of Labour Law and European Law)

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Following the recent judgment of the EAT in Uber v Aslam , it is clear that tribunals are becoming increasingly assertive and keen to interfere with the contractual arrangements shaping the employment status of workers employed through on-line platforms. Our panel of experts will offer a number of insights on the Uber judgment and on the labour rights of workers in the so called gig-economy.

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