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Landau Law are quoted by CNN on the landmark Uber case

Philip Landau of Landau Law was quoted on the CNN website today following the landmark decision by the Supreme Court today ruling that Uber drivers are “workers”, and entitled to holiday pay, rest breaks and the national minimum wage. Please click here to read our quotes for CNN under the heading in the article  “A […]

Philip Landau speaking to Andrew Pierce on LBC

Philip Landau spoke with broadcaster and journalist Andrew Pierce on LBC News Radio this evening. This was in relation to a national story about a worker being sacked for bringing a council into disrepute. Please click here for the full story. 

Philip Landau on LBC Radio talking about “no jab-no job”

Philip Landau was invited as an expert guest on LBC News Radio yesterday to speak to presenter Ian Payne about the media story of Pimlico Plumbers saying if their staff do not take the Covid-19 vaccine, then they will have no job. This creates an employment law issue, which could lead to many claims if […]

Covid Eastenders sacking- Philip Landau quoted in The Scotsman

Philip Landau was quoted in The Scotsman today, one of Scotland’s leading publications, about the sacking of Eastenders director, Jo Nugent. Mr Nugent turned up for work whilst awaiting the results of a test for coronavirus, rather than self-isolating, and was dismissed. Please click here to see the quotes and for the story. 

Philip Landau on Times Radio today

Philip Landau was a guest on Times Radio today (partly owned by the Times Newspaper) to talk about the employment law aspects of going back to work after Covid, and in particular your rights if you refuse to do so. The programme was hosted by Ayesha Hazarika. Lord Bilimoria, the president of the CBI, was […]

Philip Landau on Talk Radio about the CEO of McDonald’s

Philip Landau was invited to speak to Julia Hartley- Brewer today on Talk Radio  today about McDonald’s who fired its CEO Steve Easterbrook last year, after finding he had a consensual relationship with an employee. McDonald’s now says further investigation found the British executive had three additional relationships with staff, about which he lied to […]