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Taylor-Hamieh v The Ritz Hotel Casino Ltd [2020]

The claimant was employed as a customer relations host for the respondent casino. Her job was to meet and greet customers and ensure that they had an enjoyable time with a view to keeping them on the premises for the purposes of gambling. There were a number of terms within the claimant’s contra...
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Wardle v RMS Cash Solutions Ltd [2020]

Decision number:NIIT.10277/19   Legal body:niit The claimant was employed as a driver with the respondent company, which provided cash handling services in the form of delivery, transport and collection of cash. The claimant began this employment in September 2013 until his dismissal on the grounds of gross misconduct on 9th May 2019. The ind...
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Unfair Dismissal Disciplinary and Grievance Issues
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Gwynedd Council v Barratt & Others [2020]

Decision number:UKEAT/0206/18/VP   Legal body:ukeat The claimants in this case were teachers who were employed by the Respondent Council to work at Ysgol y Gader School (School 1). There was a reorganisation of schooling within the council area and this involved the permanent closure of School 1 (alongside 9 primary schools within its catchment ar...
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Unfair Dismissal Redundancy and Reorganisation
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O’Hare v Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service [2020]

Decision number:NIIT.1086/19   Legal body:niit The claimant was employed as a firefighter in 2006 until he was dismissed in October 2018. In March 2017 the claimant was promoted to the Learning and Development Centre where he would be a training instructor for new recruits as well as already qualified firefighters. Jacinta Russell, a colleague ...
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Unfair Dismissal Disciplinary and Grievance Issues
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O’Brien, Kearney & Jones v General Council of the Bar of Northern Ireland & The Executive Council of the Inn of Court of Northern Ireland [2020]

Decision number:NIIT.4195/17   Legal body:niit The claimants in this case were self-employed barristers in private practice in Northern Ireland. The claimants had similar characteristics in that they had previously worked as solicitors before transferring to the Bar. The respondents were the governing bodies of barristers in Northern Ireland. ...
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Discrimination and Equality
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Ekeolu v Murphy t/a Vaders Cleaning Solutions [2020]

Decision number:NIIT.17538/19   Legal body:niit The claimant was a cleaner engaged by the respondent to clean Bridge House Apartments. This work had begun in May 2019 and after three weeks the work came to an end on 18th June 2019. It was agreed that it was a zero hours contract with the claimant informed at the end of each working day whethe...
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Pay and Conditions of Employment
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Jumbo v Zonal Retail Data Systems [2020]

Decision number:UKEAT/0275/19/LA   Legal body:ukeat The claimant was employed as a Field Services Engineer by the respondent in August 2014. A dispute arose about the geographical scope of his duties with the claimant contending that it was to be within the M25 area, and the respondent stating it was wider than that. The reason that this was an i...
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Tribunal Practice Procedures and Jurisdictional Issues
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Morton v Eastleigh Citizens’ Advice Bureau [2020]

Decision number:EWCA.Civ.638   Legal body:ewca The claimant brought a disability discrimination claim against the respondent based upon her eating disorder, agoraphobia, depression and anxiety. The respondent challenged this and the Employment Judge at the Tribunal directed a joint medical expert report. Prior to the hearing, the claimant pro...
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Llewellyn v Oyster Bay Systems Ltd [2020]

Decision number:1602118/2019(A)   Legal body:et This was a preliminary hearing on whether correspondence between the parties should be regarded as inadmissible due to the ‘without prejudice rule’. The claimant was employed by the respondent, a small technology company, as the Human Resources and Recruitment Co-Ordinator. After some family issue...
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Tribunal Practice Procedures and Jurisdictional Issues
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Ferguson & Others v Astrea Asset Management Ltd [2019]

Decision number:UKEAT.2208175/2017   Legal body:ukeat There were four claimants who were company directors and employees of LPAM Ltd. This was an estate management company with one client, an estate of considerable value in Mayfair and Knightsbridge. In 2016, the estate owners gave notice of termination of the management contract with LPAM Ltd and s...
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Contracts of Employment Transfer of Undertaking (TUPE)