Aradhana Cherupara Vadekkethil

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Aradhana completed her Bachelor of Civil Law degree and Master of Philosophy in Law from University of Oxford in 2018 and 2019, respectively. Prior to Oxford, she obtained an undergraduate degree in law from National Law University, Delhi (India). She is currently reading for the Doctor of Philosophy in law at Faculty of Law, University of Oxford. She is a Gopal Subramanium scholar at the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development, Somerville College. Her research focuses on rape and sexual assault adjudication and prosecution in India; she seeks to highlight through her research how culturally dominant notions, underlying preconceptions and prejudices about rape and sexual assault (continue to) percolate through the talk of these cases in a variety of settings and shape their outcome.

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Foodora Couriers are ‘Dependent Contractors’ Rules Ontario Labour Relations Board

Foodora Couriers are ‘Dependent Contractors’ Rules Ontario Labour Relations Board

In August 2019, couriers working for Foodora Inc. (Foodora), a web services company that provides an online marketplace platform connecting consumers to restaurants, voted on whether to join the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW),
French Court of Cassation Rules that Uber Drivers are  Employees

French Court of Cassation Rules that Uber Drivers are Employees

On 4th of March 2020, French Court of Cassation (the country’s highest court for civil matters) in a landmark ruling confirmed the Paris Court of Appeal’s finding that Uber drivers are employees. Mr. X had petitioned the industrial ...