Review by Rosemary Connolly Solicitors of Recent GB DecisionsPosted in : Feb on 3 February 2011
Rosemary Connolly and Jenine McCourt, Partners at Rosemary Connolly Solicitors, Warrenpoint and Belfast write regular emails on GB case law that they think will interest employment lawyers and HR professionals. Sometimes they will discuss the importance of cases that we have already reported on via or weekly review emails. Other times they will refer you to entirely new cases that you might not have seen before. Highlighted on this occasion are:
1. Locke v Candy & Candy (Bonuses and Pay in Lieu of Notice)
2. Abdulla and ors v Birmingham City Council (Equal Pay)
3. Norman v Yellow Pages Sales Ltd
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