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|3 Oct 2011||Harassment and Bullying – focus on race, ethnic and religious harassment||UK/EU speakers: Sejal Raja, RadcliffesLeBrasseur, Fabienne Haas, August & Debouzy, US speakers: Marjorie Culver, Seyfarth Shaw,Lynne Bernabei, Bernabei & Wachtel||Lecture Notes|
|11 Dec 2007||Harassed about Harassment and Bullying in the Workplace||Langstaff J||Lecture Notes|
|1 Sep 2007||GAB Robins v Triggs||Monica Kurnatowska, partner, and Stephen Ratcliffe, associate, employment department, Baker McKenzie LLP||ELA Briefing||The recent EAT decision in GAB Robins v Triggs is the EAT's first attempt to apply the "Johnson exclusion area'' to a constructive dismissal scenario.|
|15 May 2007||Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace||Anthony Morton-Hooper, Mishcon de Reya, Solicitors||Lecture Notes|
|1 Dec 2006||A New Channel for Stress Litigation?||David Christie, Proactive Employment Lawyers||ELA Briefing||
In Majrowski v Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust, the House of Lords ruled that employers can be held vicariously liable for harassment suffered by employees in the course of their employment...
|12 Jul 2006||House of Lords rules on vicarious liability for harassment||Employment News||
The House of Lords has dismissed the appeal in Majrowski v Guy's and St. Thomas's NHS Trust, agreeing with the Court of Appeal that an employer can be vicariously liable in damages for its employee...
|1 Mar 2004||Bullying at Work: Employment Law or Tort?||Brian Langstaff QC, Cloisters||ELA Briefing||
Tort concepts can increasingly be argued in employment law claims, and vice versa. This is best illustrated where an individual claims to have suffered psychiatric injury as the result of harassmen...
|1 Jan 2004||A Way of Life on Trial||Paul Callaghan, solicitor, and Harriett Gold, trainee solicitor, Taylor Wessing||ELA Briefing||
It was widely reported in the press last July that Steven Horkulak, a former managing director at Cantor Fitzgerald, won his long-running case for constructive dismissal on the ground of bullying b...