In Ingham v Incat Technical Services Limited (2009) Ingham "habitually travelled to Jersey from Monday to Friday, and returned home to the U.K. for the weekends". This was the case during the first half of Ingham's employment. However, for personal reasons, he spent less time commuting to the Island after that. Article 101(1) of the Employment (Jersey) Law 2003 (the "Law") states that the test to establish whether a person is employed in Jersey and whether the Tribunal therefore has the authority to hear the claim, is whether the employee worked "wholly or mainly" in Jersey. The Tribunal reviewed the circumstances of the Applicant's employment as a whole. It was satisfied that he continued to work wholly or mainly in Jersey and therefore held that it had the requisite authority to hear the claim.