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Lock v British Gas – Commission and Annual Leave

What does “paid” mean for the purpose of “paid annual leave” in Article 7 of the Working Time Directive? The judgment of the Court of Justice in Case C-539/12, Lock... Read More

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Lock v. British Gas

The Advocate General has delivered his opinion in Case C-539/12, Lock v. British Gas. The case is about the level of pay in respect of annual leave required under Article... Read More

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I Lab Facilities Ltd v. Metcalfe and ors

The EAT has held that a claim for a failure to inform and consult cannot be brought in respect of a transfer that does not proceed. Where an insolvent company... Read More

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Welsh National Opera Ltd v. Murray Johnston

An orchestra had unfairly dismissed its principal oboeist on the basis of poor performance where it had failed to carry out the audition process specified in a collective agreement between... Read More

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Commissioner Of Police Of The Metropolis v. H Shaw

An employment tribunal had erred when making an award of aggravated damages by focusing on the seriousness of the employer's conduct in subjecting an employee to an unlawful detriment rather... Read More

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Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis v. N Weeks

An employment judge had been correct to find that a civilian employee of the police was entitled to bring a claim against the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis in... Read More

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M Johnston v. Welsh National Opera Limited

An employment tribunal's conclusions on the reasonableness of an employer's dismissal of an employee were flawed because they stemmed from its misconstruction of a collective agreement.   The appellant employee... Read More

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Wardle v. Credit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank

The court considered the principles that should inform an employment tribunal when it sought to exercise its discretion under the Employment Act 2002 s.31(3) to uplift an award to an... Read More

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Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust v. G Power & Ors

The purpose of the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006 reg.42(4) was to provide for separate occasions when the time for bringing proceedings could be extended. Each sub-section was to be... Read More

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Trevor Orr v. Milton Keynes Borough Council

When an employment tribunal was considering whether an employer had acted reasonably in finding a sufficient reason for dismissing an employee under the Employment Rights Act 1996 s.98, there was... Read More

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Rolls Royce Plc v. Unite The Union

A length of service criterion as part of the redundancy selection terms in a collective agreement could be a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim for the purposes of... Read More

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Roderick Fraser v. HLMAD Ltd

Once a cause of action for wrongful dismissal had been adjudicated upon by an employment tribunal it was not possible to make a further claim on the same grounds either... Read More

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Fraser v. HLMAD Ltd (Court of Appeal)

Once a cause of action for wrongful dismissal had been adjudicated upon by an employment tribunal it was not possible to make a further claim on the same grounds either... Read More

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Dickie v. Cathay Pacific Airways & Others

The test for determining the employment tribunal's extra-territorial jurisdiction under the Employment Rights Act 1996 was whether the employment was in Great Britain, as approved in Lawson v Serco Ltd... Read More
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