Hall v Lorimer

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Hall v Lorimer
Court Court of Appeal
Citation(s) [1993] EWCA Civ 25, [1994] IRLR 171
Case opinions
Nolan LJ
Contract of employment

Hall v Lorimer [1993] EWCA Civ 25 is a UK labour law case concerning the scope of protection for people to employment rights. It took the view that an employment contract requires regard to be had to the degree of dependency of the employee.


Mr Lorimer received £32,875 for his employment and incurred expenses of £9,250. He was a television technician working for 20 separate companies on short term jobs.


Nolan LJ held that he was self-employed and could therefore set his expenses off against his income. He said what is partly relevant to employment status is,[1]

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  1. ^ [1994] IRLR 171, 174


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