Case law round-up — March 2014: Norbrook Laboratories (GB) v Shaw; Z v A; and more
Walker Morris has released the March 2014 issue of its Case law round-up.
- Whistleblowing — chain of email correspondence capable of being a protected disclosure: Norbrook Laboratories (GB) Ltd v Shaw [UKEAT/0150/13]
- Dismissal of school caretaker for historical unproven abuse allegations was unfair: Z v A [UKEAT/0203/13; UKEAT/0380/13]
- Misconduct dismissal — ‘reasonable band of responses’ test: GM Packaging v Haslem [UKEAT/2014/0259]
- Equality Act 2010 prohibits post-employment victimisation: Rowstock v Jessemey
- Caste discrimination: Tirkey v Chandok and another [ET/3400174/13]
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