Uber’s attempt to ‘leapfrog’ fails

Things seem to be going from bad to worse for Uber, after the news last month that the Employment Appeal Tribunal had decided to uphold the Employment Tribunals decision that Uber’s drivers were ‘workers’. Uber announced shortly after that they would apply to ‘leapfrog’ the Court of Appeal and go straight to the Supreme Court to fight the outcome. However, their application to do so has been refused, they will now have to wait for their appeal to be heard in the Court of Appeal some time next year.

The saga continues…

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