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Sarker v Worcester Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Sarker v Worcester Acute Hospitals NHS Trust: the High Court refuses to step in to halt an ongoing disciplinary hearing. Robert Moretto represented the successful Trust, instructed by Capsticks Solicitors LLP. For a summary... Read More

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Williams v. (1) Department for Transport (2) DVLA

Introduction   Williams v. (1) Department for Transport (2) DVLA is an equal pay test case brought by hundreds of staff employed in the DVLA. The female employees in the... Read More

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Wilson v. HSE (EAT)

The European Court of Justice's decision in Cadman v Health and Safety Executive (C-17/05) (2007) All ER (EC) 1 should be read as allowing an employment tribunal considering an equal... Read More

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Highland Council v. TGWU/Unison

In order to comply with the provisions of the Employment Act 2002 Sch.2 para.6, there had to be some specification of comparator, at least by reference to job or job... Read More

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Muschett v. London Borough of Hounslow and others

EAT (Judge McMullen QC) 6/8/2007   EMPLOYMENT - ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE   APPEAL NOTICES : APPEALS : EMPLOYMENT APPEAL TRIBUNAL : EXTENSIONS OF TIME : TIME LIMITS : APPROPRIATE PRINCIPLES... Read More

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Attridge Law v. Coleman

An employment tribunal chairman had been entitled to conclude that in order to determine a preliminary issue between the parties, namely whether the claimant could bring a claim of associative... Read More

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Home Office v. Bailey (EAT)

Permission to appeal against an Employment Appeal Tribunal's majority decision in an equal pay claim was refused in circumstances where, although the appellant's amended grounds of appeal largely followed the... Read More

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Allonby v Accrington & Rossendale College and Others

In light of the ruling of the European Court of Justice in this case, the matter was remitted to the employment tribunal to determine whether the appellant was a worker... Read More

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Lambe v. 186k Ltd

The employment tribunal had been entitled to conclude on the evidence available to it that whilst the process of selection for redundancy and the absence of consultation was unfair, the... Read More
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