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James Agnew v SPS Ireland Ltd (In Liquidation)

Case reference:1506/16   In April 2016, the claimant was made aware that the respondent company would be ceasing business on Friday of the same week. No indication of this planned closure had been given to any employees and they were informed that the business would be in no position to honour any outstanding pay, notice p...
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Redundancy and Reorganisation
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Gary McClean v Waterside Neighbourhood Partnership [2017]

Case reference:71/15.FET   The claimant applied for the post of Community Development Officer with the Respondent, which is a limited company involved in community development. After being shortlisted for interview and being the only one of the three candidates to reach the threshold interview score, he was not appointed to ...
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Discrimination Recruitment and Selection
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Asklepios Kliniken Langen-Seligenstadt GmbH & Asklepios Dienstleistungsgesellschaft mbH v Ivan Felja & Vittoria Graf [2015] CJEU C680/15 & C681/15 (AG's Opinion)

Case reference:Case.C-680/15.and.Case.C-681/15   In Asklepios Kliniken Langen-Seligenstadt GmbH & Asklepios Dienstleistungsgesellschaft mbH v Ivan Felja & Vittoria Graf (Case C-680/15 and Case C-681/15) Advocate General Bot considered once again (following the CJEU's prior decision in Alemo-Herron & others v Parkwood Leisure Ltd (Case...
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Unionen v Almega Tjänsteförbunden ISS Facility Services AB [2015] CJEU C-336/15 (AG's Opinion)

Case reference:C-336/15   In Unionen v Almega Tjänsteförbunden ISS Facility Services AB (Case C-336/15), the question was whether article 3(1) of the Acquired Rights Directive obliged a transferee to take into account service with a transferor when calculating notice periods for termination of employment, or whether such no...
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Transfer of Undertaking (TUPE)
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Davies v Droylsden Academy

Case reference:UKEAT/0044/16/BA.   In Davies v Droylsden Academy UKEAT/0044/16/BA the claimant was employed by Schools Plus Limited (SPL) as a venue lettings manager. SPL provided a service to educational institutions letting the institutions' premises out of school hours. In June 2012 the claimant was appointed by SPL as the venu...
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Redundancy and Reorganisation Transfer of Undertaking (TUPE)
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Daniel Bowman v Pensionsversicherungsanstalt [2016]

Case reference:Case.C-539/15    Key Issues: Equal treatment – age discrimination Case: Daniel Bowman v Pensionsversicherungsanstalt Reference: Case C-539/15, CJEU (Sixth Chamber), 21 December 2016 Legislation: Directive 2000/78/EC Mr Bowman, who was born on 28 July 1961, has been employed by the Administration under a private law...
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Discrimination Collective and Trade Union Issues
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Daniel Bowman v Pensionsversicherungsanstalt [2016]

Case reference:C-539/15   Key Issues: Equal treatment – age discrimination Case: Daniel Bowman v Pensionsversicherungsanstalt Reference: Case C-539/15, CJEU (Sixth Chamber), 21 December 2016 Legislation: Directive 2000/78/EC Mr Bowman, who was born on 28 July 1961, has been employed by the Administration under a private law...
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Discrimination Collective and Trade Union Issues
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David L Parris v Trinity College Dublin & Others

Case reference:Case.C-443/15   Mr Parris, who was born on 21 April 1946, has dual Irish and United Kingdom nationality. He has been living for over 30 years in a stable relationship with his same-sex partner. In 1972 Mr Parris was appointed by Trinity College Dublin as a lecturer. Pursuant to his contract of employment, he was a...
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Discrimination Pensions Wages
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Heather Burns v Peacehaven Care Services Limited [2016]

Case reference:1246/16.ampersand.1471/16   The claimant was employed by the respondent as a domiciliary care assistant. Her contract of employment required her to give four weeks’ notice but she left without giving any and claimed for unpaid holiday and sick pay. She also claimed that she was not provided with written terms and conditions o...
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Contracts of Employment Wages
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Pimlico Plumbers and Anor v Gary Smith [2017]

Decision number:EWCA.Civ.51   Legal body:ewca The question on this appeal is whether the Employment Tribunal (“the ET”) was correct to hold in a decision dated 16 April 2012 that the respondent, Gary Smith, was a worker within the meaning of S.230(3)(b) of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (“the ERA”) and regulation 2(1) of the Working Time Regul...