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Whistleblowing and knowledge

United Kingdom - October 31 2017 Does a decision maker need to be aware of the whistleblowing allegations before an employee can successfully claim automatic unfair dismissal on the...

Anthony Fincham.

Court of Appeal clarifies what “in the public interest” means in Chesterton Global Ltd case

United Kingdom - July 18 2017 The Court of Appeal has confirmed that a disclosure, made by a whistle-blower about actions by his employer affecting 100 of his senior manager...

Finlay McKay.

Monitoring employees' personal communications at work

United Kingdom, European Union - January 15 2016 A recent European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) judgment has ruled that the monitoring of an employee’s personal emails over a professional Yahoo...

Alison Woods, Sarah Ozanne.

Widening the scope of Service Provision Change transfers

United Kingdom - March 13 2015 A recent EAT judgment has widened the circumstances in which a service provision change under TUPE (SPC) may arise. Ottimo Property Services Ltd v...

Robert Davies, Finlay McKay.

Court of Appeal guidance on remoteness for psychiatric injury

United Kingdom - December 3 2014 A recent Court of Appeal decision analyses the liability of employers where employees claim that the actions of their employers caused them...

Alison Woods, Sarah Ozanne.