Employment Lawyers Can Answer Your Employment Law Questions
Good afternoon. Welcome to just answer. I am a solicitor and I have reviewed your question. The express terms and conditions of your contract will dictate whether you will be liable, If you are an employee as opposed to an independent contractor then what he has said should be true. Your contract of employment may put liability on you if it is found that the cause of the issue was negligence on your part but please check the specific wording of your contract to ensure any exclusions are clear Any clarification do not hesitate to send your follow up message. All the best.
You are an employee and therefore what you do in work if you get it wrong not maliciously your employer will be responsible by vicarious liability, So your boss would be right,
Hi, the bot***** *****ne is that you are not an independent contractor if they do not give you the relevant support and let you review your own work before launch then that will be your defence. If you have not been negligent you defend any claim that you have been you cannot stop them from alleging that you have been negligent and I can't say to you they won't but your issue should be if you have not been negligent but there are still issues will I be personally liable and the answer is No