Necessary feature of stable employment relationship is that there is a succession of contracts concluded at regular intervals
Dass v The College of Haringey Enfield & North East London & Anor UKEAT/0108/12/MC
This case concerned the definition of a “stable employment relationship”. The Tribunal held a necessary feature of stable employment relationship is that there is a succession of contracts concluded at regular intervals. Karon Monaghan QC and Laura Prince were involved in this case.
Dr V J Lyfar-Cisse v Brighton and Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust and Others UKEAT/0172/14/MC
The employment tribunal failed to address adequately or at all, two of three allegations of unlawful discrimination by the NHS Trust’s HR Director’s intervention in a grievance on the basis that the director’s intentions had been benign. However laudable a person’s intentions were, that did not mean that his actions might not inadvertently disadvantage someone on […]
This case concerns the ET’s decision to strike out the case of a disabled litigant in person at a pre-hearing review because of his failure to comply with case management directions. The Claimant suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, stress and depression. The claimant arrived at the Tribunal shortly after the decision to strike out all […]
Atkinson v Community Gateway Association UKEAT/0457/12/BA
The claimant alleged that he was the victim of constructive dismissal and brought proceedings against the respondent at the ET. The claimant alleged that he suffered a detriment at the result of a public interest disclosure (PID). The detriment was said to have been caused by the respondent’s chief executive officer and vice-chair. The ET […]