Worthingtons Review of Recent Case Law: Reference from the Tribunal to CJEUPosted in : Supplementary Case Law NI on 4 July 2013
The latest NI case law review from Worthington's solicitors features two recent Tribunal cases of note:
* LYTTLE AND OTHER V BLUEBIRD - A reference from the Tribunal to the Court of Justice of European Union (previously ECJ) on the meaning of the word “establishment” and “at least 20” in a collective redundancy scenario.
* ANNE MOORE V WESTERN EDUCATION & LIBRARY BOARD - The meaning of the word “teacher” in the FETO exemption and whether this applies to Principals of a school – the tribunal held it did not.
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