As work continues to change, it seems more and more cases are litigated to define when a person is an employee. The UK Supreme Court recently provided an an answer that deemed a person an “employee,” despite arguments to the contrary. The UK Supreme Court blog covered the case in a helpful June 13, 2018 post, with abundant links to the opinion, the press summary and the argument. The case happened to involve a plumbing and heating engineer, which brings to mind the possible implications of the ruling for tort law, worker’s compensation and insurance purposes.