Labour & European Law Review
31 October 2018
In the landmark decision of Timis and anor v Osipov and anor, the Court of Appeal has held that two individual directors were liable for dismissing a senior employee for blowing the whistle, in addition to the company (...)
The Court of Appeal has held in the case of Dunn v Secretary of State for Justice and HM Inspectorate of Prisons that just because a claim for ill-health retirement was poorly handled did not automatically mean that it constituted disability discrimination (...).
Although handing in a letter offering a month’s notice can usually be interpreted as an act of resignation, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held in East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust v Levy that if the wording is ambiguous, tribunals have to adopt an objective test to decide how the letter would have been interpreted by the “reasonable recipient” (...).