Fox v British Airways Plc

  Long-time readers might remember this case concerning death in service benefits and unfair dismissal. The right to death in service benefits was confirmed by the Court of Appeal, however, the unfair dismissal element of the claim remains to be decided. This is a case that has quite a complex chronology, to summarize: The Claimant, […]

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London Underground Ltd v O’Sullivan – Can an employer dismiss on capability grounds if it doesn’t implement reasonable adjustments?

Hello , last week it was the newsletter and thus the time lapse between our last Case of the Week and this one means we have two cases for you this week, a Friday treat. The first concerns disability discrimination and death in service benefits whilst the second is about Early Conciliation. Our first case […]