The EAT has ruled for a second time that the principle that UK laws which are derived from EU law (such as discrimination law) must be construed as permitting claims by British nationals in England, where English law is the proper law of the contract, only applies where the employee works in the EU. The EAT adopted the same approach as in the case of Dhunna v Creditsights, due to be heard by the Court of Appeal in May 2014. Employers with British nationals working overseas will want to keep an eye on developments in this area.  (Hasan v Shell International Shipping Services (PTE), EAT)