Yes, held the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in a recent case, ruling that a five month cessation of a school's activities, before recommencement by a different contractor, did not preclude the possibility of a TUPE transfer taking place.
The House of Commons' Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee has published its first report following its inquiry into Corporate Governance: Delivering on fair pay, which was launched in March 2018.
A recent case has established that public bodies must consider their public law obligations before taking steps to evict an occupier, even if the occupier does not have any private law right to remain in the property (such as a trespasser).
In the recent case of Prezzo Ltd v High Point Estates Ltd  EWHC 1951 (TCC), the High Court held that the landlord's insurance obligations only extended to the part of the building occupied by the tenant, Prezzo, and not the whole building.
In the recent case of Sprint Electric Ltd v Buyer's Dream Ltd the High Court has held that an individual who provided his services through a personal service company was in fact an employee of the client.
Under the Commercial Agents Directive, self-employed agents are entitled to certain minimum rights. This includes a right to compensation or indemnity on termination of the agency, except in certain limited circumstances...