||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 238 (Jun)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Peter Clark
||Tracey Moss (instructed by the Citizens Advice Specialist Support) for the employee.
||Stuart Ritchie (instructed by Magrath LLP) for the employer.
||24 April 2009
Employment - Contract of service - Want of mutuality - Employee employed under series of written agreements - Employee working varying hours - Employee being made redundant - Employee bringing claim to determine whether employee for purpose of bringing unfair dismissal claim - Judge holding not an employee - Whether judge erring.
Employment Contract of service. Employment Appeal Tribunal: An appeal by the employee against the decision of a judge, that he was not an employee and could not bring a claim for unfair dismissal, was dismissed on the basis that there had been no mutuality of obligation between the parties and the judge had been correct in his findings.
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