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Virulite LLC v Virulite Distribution

The Claimant had entered into a contract to distribute in the USA a cold sore treatment device of which the Defendants held the intellectual property. The Defendants terminated that contract... Read More

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Ireland v. David Lloyd Leisure Ltd

The court upheld a finding that a gym owner was liable, subject to a 25 per cent deduction for contributory negligence, for an injury sustained by one of its members.... Read More

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Qantas Cabin Crew (UK) Ltd v. (1) A Lopez (2) A Hooper

In a dispute concerning the correct interpretation of contracts of employment, the Employment Appeal Tribunal found that the contracts were to be construed as providing that food and housing allowances... Read More

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Maria Costa v. Imperial London Hotels Ltd

Even though an employer had breached a duty owed to an employee by not providing continuing or refresher training on how best to lift in order to reduce the risk... Read More

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MJ Greenwood v. NWF Retail Ltd

Jonathan Davies successfully represented the Claimant pro bono in the important decision of Greenwood v. NWF Retail Limited which deals with the level of detail into which a tribunal's written... Read More

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Victoria & Albert Museum v. Durrant

The obligation on an employer set by the Employment Rights Act 1996 Pt X s.106(2)(a) to inform an employee upon his engagement that his employment would be terminated upon return... Read More

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Parmar v. McDonalds Restaurants Ltd

Employment tribunal - Appeal from tribunal - Duty of employers to make reasonable adjustments - Defence of justification... Read More

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Susie Radin v. GMB

Where an employer had failed to engage in any meaningful consultation before making redundancies, in breach of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 s.188, an employment tribunal... Read More

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Morrow v Safeway Stores PLC

All breaches of the implied term of trust and confidence in employment contracts inevitably amounted to a repudiatory breach of contract. The seriousness of the breach was immaterial. Appeal by... Read More
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