Mr M Clifton v Maximus UK Services Ltd

Hello again and welcome back to our case of the week, where we look at a claim for unfair constructive dismissal. Those that missed last week's case regarding a disability and reasonable adjustments claim, can find it here. This week’s case is Mr M Clifton v Maximus UK Services Ltd. The Claimant was employed as a business [...]

Miller V Rentokil Initial UK Limited

Good morning all and thank you for joining us for our case of the week. For those that missed out on last week's update, which involved pregnancy discrimination, you can find that here. This week, we are examining a disability and reasonable adjustments claim in the case of Miller v Rentokil Initial UK Ltd. The [...]

Miss K Thomas v Maximus UK Services Ltd

Hello again and welcome back to our case of the week. This week, we  look at whether a Claimant was entitled to enhanced maternity pay after signing a new contract with terms which were less favourable and not drawn to her attention. Those that missed our last case update of the dismissal of the Christian [...]

Omooba v Michael Garret Associates

Hello everyone and thank you for joining us for another case of the week update. For everyone that missed our last update about a whistleblowing claim, you can find that here. This week, we are looking at whether a Christian actress can be fairly dismissed from a lesbian role in the case of Omooba v [...]

Wicked Vision Ltd v Rice – Unfair Dismissal, Whistleblowing and Protected Disclosures

Welcome back to another case of the week. This week we’re looking at Unfair Dismissal, Whistleblowing and Protected Disclosures in the recent case of Wicked Vision Ltd v Rice. The Claimant was employed by the Respondent as the Head of Sales at Wicked Vision Ltd from 19 November 2017 until his dismissal on 18 February [...]

Z v Commerzbank AG

Welcome back everyone and thank you for joining us for this week's case of the week. Before we begin, we would like to say thank you to everyone who has booked on to this year’s seminar. For those yet to book their place it will be on Tuesday 12 March and we'll be discussing all employment [...]

Glasson v The Insolvency Service

This week we ask the question - does not providing extra time in an interview for an employee with a stammer amount to disability discrimination? For those that missed our last update where we looked at a significant case on whether anti-Zionist beliefs amounted to a protected belief, you can catch up here. This week's [...]

Do anti-Zionist beliefs qualify as philosophical beliefs that qualify for protection under the Equality Act 2010?

University of Bristol  v  Professor David Millar Hello again and welcome back to our case of the week. Last week we looked at a race discrimination claim in the case of Dr Nicholas Jones v Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. Those that missed it can find it here. This week we're looking [...]

Dr Nicholas Jones v The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care

Welcome back to another case of the week.  Last week our newsletter covered a professor who suffered victimisation, harassment and direct discrimination for expressing her views at a Women’s Place UK talk, mass redundancy at Port Talbot and DPD learning that it’s not just disgruntled employees that can be disloyal when its own AI chatbot stated [...]

Ms Nikki Gray v Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Hello again and welcome back to our case of the week. Last week we looked at a case that made the national news because of an offensive word being used during a racism awareness training session that resulted in dismissal. Those that missed it can find it here. This week we're looking at a disability [...]

Carl Borg-Neal v Lloyds Banking Group PLC

Last week, we looked at an agent who was awarded over £1.5million for a whistleblower claim! For those of you that missed last week’s update, you can find it here. This week we look at a case that made the national news which asks the question; is saying the ‘N’- word during a racism awareness training [...]

SPI Spirits (UK) Limited & Yuri Shefler v Zabelin

Hello again and Happy New Year to you all; we hope you had a wonderful break. Welcome back to our case of the week and our first for 2024! We are starting off the year with a case that looks at contractual clauses limiting the financial liability of the employer on termination of employment. For [...]

Nixon v Ross Coates Solicitors and Another

Welcome all and thank you for joining us for another case of the week update. This week we'll be bringing the festive joy by looking at a 2010 case involving a Christmas party!.. And the dismissal that occurred shortly afterwards. For anyone that missed it, our last update looked at a case where an employee resigned [...]

Omar v Epping Forest District Citizens Advice

Hello again and welcome back to our case of the week. We are starting off the festive season with a case involving ‘Heat of the Moment Resignations’. Last week we had our monthly newsletter for November where we looked at the new Minimum Wage Rates increasing in April 2024 and a former Man City player [...]

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