The London Employment Tribunal has ruled today that Uber drivers are workers, not self-employed and as a result are entitled to essential worker’s rights including holiday pay, paid rest and the National Minimum Wage. This landmark ruling will affect tens of thousands of drivers in England and Wales. Thomas Linden QC represented the claimants.
Matrix are delighted that Gavin Millar QC has won Defamation Silk of the Year at the Chambers & Partners UK Bar Awards 2016. Congratulations to all the winners in this year’s awards.
Luis González García quoted in Wall Street Journal article, ‘Brexit Puts Britain in Need of Trade Expertise’
Luis González García has been quoted by The Wall Street Journal on the UK’s trade challenges post Brexit. The article discusses the complexities of negotiating modern free trade agreements with the EU and third countries and highlights the importance of recruiting trade experts to deal with the “monumental” UK trade agenda. For the article, please […]
Matrix are delighted to have won two Legal 500 UK 2017 Awards. James Laddie QC has won Employment Silk of the Year and Lindsay Scott has won Senior Clerk/Chief Executive of the year. For a full list of the winners please click here. Congratulations to all winners in this year’s awards!
Webinar: Claire Darwin on Discrimination in the provision of goods and services – the developing landscape
Claire Darwin of Matrix Chambers and Annabel Mackay of Addleshaw Goddard LLP, have created a webinar on the development of discrimination law in the context of goods and services claims. This is an area in which employment lawyers are increasingly frequently asked to advise, as consumers become more aware of their rights under the Equality […]