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Pilot with anxiety when flying was unfairly dismissed

The Employment Tribunal has held in the case of Guest v FlyBe that a pilot suffering from anxiety related sickness arising from flying was unfairly dismissed. Background The Claimant was …

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When does “office banter” amount to harassment?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in Evans v Xactly Corporation Limited has considered a case of harassment. Background The Claimant was employed by Xactly Corporation Ltd (“the Company”) as a salesman.  …

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Less favourable treatment of part-time workers

The Court of Appeal in the case of British Airways v Pinaud has considered a case of less favourable treatment of a part time worker. Background Ms Pinaud was employed …

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Employer liable for rogue employee’s data breach

The Court of Appeal in the case of Morrison Supermarkets Plc v Various Claimants has held that Morrisons was vicariously liable for a rogue employee’s intentional disclosure of his colleagues’ …

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Collingwood Legal recognised as best in class by the Legal 500 for third year in a row

Newcastle based law firm Collingwood Legal has been recognised as a Top Tier employment law firm in the legal services guide the Legal 500 for the third year in a …

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