Watch Sarah Buxton in this latest employment law update, recorded on 13th May 2021. Sarah provided an overview of the judgement in the recent court case of Breakingbury v Croad (2021) in which the judge decided the practice owner was vicariously liable for the clinical treatment carried out by a self-employed member of the practice.


Event information

With the judge highlighting indicators of employed status within the contract such as NHS UDA percentage targets, Sarah shared her advice on what essential information is needed within contractual agreements to ensure the best level of protection.

With many insurance products not providing vicarious liability cover as standard, Sarah was joined by Mark Lee, Wesleyan General Insurance Product and Proposition Manager, who provided more information on how to make sure you have adequate insurance policies in place to protect you and your business.

Please note, the information in this webinar is correct as of 13/05/2021

About the speaker

Sarah BuxtonSarah specialises in acting exclusively for dentists, dental managers and dental practice owners in all aspects of HR and employment law, and is a director at FTA Law.

Sarah advises dental practices on managing and motivating their staff, dealing with sickness absence, assisting with making changes to employment contracts and, if needed, how to bring the employment relationship to an end.