Review of Recent GB Decisions

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law NI on 20 April 2010
Rosemary Connolly
Rosemary Connolly Solicitors

1. Bateman and others v Asda Stores Ltd (Variation of Terms of Employment)
2. Dean v Latona Luxury Ltd (Unpaid Wages/TUPE Transfer)
3. Chagger v Abbey National plc & anor (Stigma Damages)
4. R v Governors of X School and Y City Council (Legal Representation at Internal Hearings)

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Bateman and others v Asda Stores Ltd (EAT) [2010] ALL ER (D) 277 (Feb) UKEAT/0221/09ZT

Unlawful deduction from wages; breach of contract; variation of terms

This Employment Appeal Tribunal dismissed the employees appeal on the basis that in all the circumstances, the staff

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