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Johnson Controls Limited v (1) Campbell; (2) UKAEA

An employment judge had been entitled to find that there had been no "service provision change" within the meaning of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 reg.3(1)(b)... Read More

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Stephen Lightfoot v. Go-Ahead Group Plc

Contributory negligence was assessed at 40 per cent in the case of a claimant who had been hit by a bus when he had walked, very drunk, onto the carriageway... Read More

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IB v. CB

A child claimant had not waived privilege by sending confidential financial reports to a judge, along with counsel's advice, for the purpose of helping the judge to determine whether to... Read More

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Chief Constable of Lincolnshire v. Natasha Caston

Court of Appeal deprecates tribunal's reference to commentary on extension of time.   In Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police v. Caston the Court of Appeal has stressed that whether it... Read More

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Warren McKinlay v. (1) Richard Lambe (2) AIG UK Ltd

A motorcyclist who had overtaken another motorcyclist shortly before a bend had created an emergency that resulted in his crossing the path that the other motorcyclist would have taken, effectively... Read More

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Okonu v. G4S Security Services (UK) Ltd

The shift in the burden of proof introduced by the Race Relations Act 1976 s.54A applied only to discrimination on the grounds of race, ethnic or national origin, and not... Read More

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Tomlinson v. The Ministry of Defence

On 26th April 2007 the Court of Appeal rejected the MOD’s appeal over the level of damages awarded to Mr Tomlinson, a former SAS soldier who was severely injured in... Read More

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James v. Redcats (Brands) Ltd

The appellant courier (J) appealed against a decison of an employment tribunal that she was not a worker or home worker employed by the respondent company (R) within the meaning... Read More

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Sowerby v. Charlton

The CPR r.14.1 did not embrace pre-action admissions of liability, and a number of authorities that had supported the pre-CPR regime in terms of pre-action admissions were no longer to... Read More

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Kerry Foods v. Lynch

An employer's service of a lawful notice terminating a contract could not give rise to a breach of the implied trust and confidence term. The service of the lawful notice... Read More

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Bici v. Ministry of Defence

Soldiers taking part in United Nations peacekeeping operations in Kosovo owed a duty to prevent personal injury to the public and had breached that duty by deliberately firing on a... Read More

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J D Scott v. Commissioners of the Inland Revenue

The appellant (S) appealed against the assessment of damages and a refusal by the registrar preventing him from amending his notice of appeal. S was dismissed by the Inland Revenue.... Read More

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Croft v. Royal Mail

Appeal against a decision of the EAT dismissing the applicant's claim of direct sex discrimination by her employer. The applicant ('C') began working for the Post Office in 1987. She... Read More

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Mattis v. Pollock

Appeal by the claimant ('M') from the decision of HH Judge Richard Seymour QC dismissing his claim for damages for personal injury and consequent loss against the defendant ('P'). In... Read More

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Chief Constable of Bedfordshire Police v. C S Liversidge

Before the coming into force of the Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000, complaints of vicarious or constructive liability against chief constables in relation to discriminatory acts carried out by police... Read More

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Leicester University v. A

University's appeal from a decision of an employment tribunal chairman sitting alone that the university was not "a person affected" by the allegation of sexual misconduct within s.11(6) Employment Tribunals... Read More

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Pearson v. British Midland Airways

The plaintiff, a 39 year old male, was awarded £46,223.87 total damages for post-traumatic stress suffered as a result of aiding the immediate casualties of the Kegworth air disaster. Plaintiff:... Read More

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Bossa v. Nordstress Ltd & others

Appeal by employee from an industrial tribunal decision dismissing his complaint of unlawful discrimination on the ground of race contrary to s.4 Race Relations Act 1976. The appellant ('B') applied... Read More

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Crosville v. Tracey & Others

Industrial tribunal's jurisdiction to consider reduction of compensation in unfair dismissal selective re-engagement cases for contributory fault.   Employer's appeal against the decision of the Court of Appeal allowing the... Read More

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Whent v. Cartledge Ltd

Appeal by a group of employees whose contracts of employment were transferred under the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 1981/ 1794 against an industrial tribunal decision that the... Read More

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Speciality Care Plc v. Pachela & Anor

Employer's appeal against an industrial tribunal decision that the respondent employees had been unfairly dismissed. HELD: At the time of their dismissal neither respondent had completed two years continuous employment... Read More

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Forey v. London Buses Ltd

Defendants' appeal against award of costs on the HC scale where the case had been transferred to the county court as it was not likely to raise any important issues... Read More

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Lambeth London Borough Council v. Commission for Racial Equality

Appeal against EAT decision that advertising employment for "Afro-Caribbeans and Asians" unlawfully discriminated under s.4(1) Race Relations Act 1976 dismissed. HELD: While ss.35, 37 & 38 encouraged positive action to... Read More

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Horrocks v. Ford Motor Co Ltd

Appeals from orders by Brentwood County Court transferring industrial deafness claims against the Ford Motor Co Liverpool by workers there to Liverpool County Court where the claims could be more... Read More

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Tower Hamlets London Borough Council v. Rabin

Local authority's appeal against finding of unlawful discrimination contrary to s.1(1)(a)&(b) Race Relations Act 1976 where complainant was refused two higher posts in the library service where he worked &... Read More

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Wliuszynski v. London Borough of Tower Hamlets

W was a member of a union which as a result of a dispute with W's employers, the council, called for limited industrial action to be taken in the form... Read More

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Meer v. London Borough of Tower Hamlets

Mr. Meer, who is of Indian origin, applied for a post as a solicitor. The respondents used twelve criteria for selection, one of which was previous experience in Tower Hamlets.... Read More

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Isleworth Studios Ltd v. Rickard

Employer's appeal against award of compensation for unfair dismissal where employee had earned #10,000 more than he would have earned if he had stayed on and worked for the three... Read More

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Balgobin v. Tower Hamlets London Borough Council

The appellants alleged that they were sexually harassed between June and October 1985 by another employee, Mr. C. In October they complained to the management who suspended Mr. C while... Read More

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Tower Hamlets London Borough Council v. Qayyum

Council's appeal against finding of unlawful discrimination where Bengali job applicant had defeated the successful white applicant in being selected by another council but had not even been short-listed by... Read More

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Ford Motor Company v. Nawaz

Discovery in unfair dismissal proceedings is not necessarily restricted to material available to the manager who took the decision to dismiss at the time he took it. N was consistently... Read More
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