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When is a dismissal a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of Ali v Torrosian and Others (t/a Bedford Hill Family Practice) has considered proportionality in a disability discrimination claim. Background Dr Ali went …

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Effective date of termination

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of Lancaster and Duke Ltd v Wileman has confirmed that the statutory extension to the effective date of dismissal does not apply in …

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Collingwood Legal to run Mock Employment Tribunal sessions with ACAS

Collingwood Legal has again been asked by the national conciliation service ACAS to run a series of Mock Employment Tribunal sessions in the north east region. Aimed at human resources …

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What happens after a successful appeal against dismissal?

The Court of Appeal in the case of Patel v Folkestone Nursing Home Ltd has held that a successful appeal against dismissal revives the original contract of employment even where …

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Can an allegation amount to a disclosure of information in whistleblowing claims?

Background The Claimant issued a whistleblowing claim against her employer (“Wandsworth”) on the basis that she had made protected disclosures during her employment and suffered detriment and dismissal as a …

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