Hidden dangers: covert recordings were admissible in tribunal claim
The claimant in Punjab National Bank (International) Ltd v Gosain secretly recorded the conversations of members of the panels at grievance and disciplinary hearings she had attended. Some of the recordings were of comments made about her during breaks in the hearings, when she was out of the room. She wanted to use the tapes as evidence in a tribunal claim she made, after she had resigned, alleging sexual harassment, sex discrimination and constructive unfair dismissal…
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