New paper on Quashie & precarity in sexual entertainment

This recent case review considers the implication of the Quashie case, which concerned an employee of Stringfellows who claimed unfair dismissal, only for the case to be dismissed on basis she was deemed to be self-employed:

Albin, E. (2013). The Case of Quashie: Between the Legalisation of Sex Work and the Precariousness of Personal Service Work. Industrial Law Journal, 42(2), 180-191.
Ind Law J-2013-Albin-180-91


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