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Dere Street Barristers are inviting you to a free Employee Status webinar, which will include a review of the Supreme Court decision in Uber and an update on all issues relating to employee/worker status.  To register your interest and receive a link to this webinar please contact Maria Faxon

Employee Status
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM Tuesday, 6th July 2021
Microsoft Teams
This seminar is accredited for 1.5 CPD Points


Welcome and Introduction by Sam Healy


Employee Status Update

Sam Healy, Sarah Holmes-Willis and Philip Morgan provide a comprehensive review of the implications of this Judgment and how to approach employee/worker questions in light of it.


Q & A and Close


Mr Sam Healy

Sam’s practice divides into three broad specialisms: Employment, Chancery/Commercial and Personal Injury. He has been on the Attorney General’s Regional Panel of Counsel since 2007 and has been consistently recommended for Employment work by the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners. In 2015, he was appointed a Deputy District Judge sitting on the North Eastern Circuit.

To view Mr Sam Healy full website profile, please click here.



Mrs Sarah Holmes-Willis

Sarah has a strong background in complex employment and private children family law.  A highly regarded, respected advocate, skilled in understanding client needs and giving practical advice; Sarah’s expertise has led to the demand that now shapes her practice.

To view Mrs Sarah Holmes-Willis full website profile, please click here.



Mr Philip Morgan

Philip Morgan

Philip acts for Claimants and Respondents across England, Wales and Scotland on all employment issues including unfair dismissal, TUPE transfers, redundancy, discrimination and whistleblowing. He regularly appears in week-long or multi-week cases, and has on several occasions appeared for large numbers of claimants in group actions.

To view Mr Philip Morgan full website profile, please click here.


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