Employment status: "Sham" contract for services did not reflect parties' true relationship
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Protectacoat Firthglow Ltd v Szilagyi  IRLR 365 CA (1 other report)
In Protectacoat Firthglow Ltd v Szilagyi  IRLR 365 CA, the Court of Appeal held that a purported contract for services - entered into by the worker as a prerequisite for being given work - was a sham, because it did not represent the parties' true intentions and expectations. The individual was an employee, not an independent contractor.