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|Hendricks v Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis: a Triple Whammy for Respondents?|
|11 Nov 2010||High Court holds automatic barring procedure breaches right to fair trial||News from the IDS Employment Law Team||Employment News||The High Court, in R (on the application of Royal College of Nursing) and ors v Secretary of State for the Home Department and anor, has held that the automatic barring procedure introduced by the Saf...|
|1 Oct 2008||Howes v Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council||Scott Halborg, Halborg & Co||ELA Briefing||The Employment Appeal Tribunal in Howes v Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council has given an important decision about the scope of privilege attaching to employment consultants, including quali...|
|1 Aug 2007||Implied Waiver of Privilege||Tim Brown, 13 King’s Bench Walk||ELA Briefing||
In May, the Court of Appeal affirmed the EAT’s decision to admit evidence of without prejudice talks during a victimisation claim. This unusual step was taken in the case of Brunel University &...
|1 Jul 2009||In Brief - Strike Out||Peter Linstead, Tanfield Chambers||ELA Briefing||When can a tribunal strike out a party for non-compliance with an unless order? In North Tyneside PCT v Ainsley  UKEAT 0489/08, the respondent to 214 equal pay claims had its ET3s struck out for...|
|1 Mar 2009||In Brief - A Busy Year Ahead||Richard Linskell, Campbell Hooper||ELA Briefing||
After a period of relative calm, 2009 is going to be a busy year on the legislative front for employment lawyers. You will no doubt be eagerly awaiting the imminent demise of the statutory procedur...
|1 May 2009||In Brief - A Cautionary Tale||Stephen Levinson, RadcliffeLeBrasseurs||ELA Briefing||
There are some cases that it seems surprising were allowed to get to a hearing. Stanley v Capital Law LLP UKEAT/0417/08 (3 April 2009) involved a dispute between an employment lawyer and h...
|1 Nov 2009||In Brief - A Conservative future||Clive Howard, Russell Jones & Walker||ELA Briefing|
|1 Nov 2008||In Brief - A Note of Caution||Clive Howard, Russell Jones & Walker||ELA Briefing||The Tradition case also addressed the issue of waiver of privilege, which arose in the context of the claimants explaining the reason for their delay in submitting their claim. The claimants gave evid...|
|1 Jul 2007||In Brief - Adjustments go to Appeal||Peter Linstead, Tanfield Chambers||ELA Briefing||
In Spence v Intype Libra  UKEAT 0617/06, the EAT decided that a failure to obtain a medical report for a disabled employee does not give rise to a freestanding claim for failing to m...