11 September 2020 Employment Law
The EAT (Mr Justice Choudhary) has held in Gallacher v Abellio Scotrail Limited UKEATS/0027/19/SS, that a dismissal was fair despite the Respondent not following any proper process. 

20 May 2019 Employment Law
In the recent case of Network Rail Infrastructure v Crawford, it was decided by the Court of Appeal that a break does not need to be uninterrupted. 

11 September 2020 Employment Law
The EAT (Mrs Justice Eady) has clarified the rules about when employers will be allowed to rely on anonymous witnesses when dismissing, in Tai Tarian Limited v Howell Wyn Christie UKEAT/0059/19/VP.

10 June 2019 TUPE Regulations
In the case of Hare Wines v Kaur,  the Court of Appeal determined that an employee had been automatically unfairly dismissed because of the impending TUPE transfer because she had a difficult relationship with someone who was to become the director of the company she was transferring to. 

01 August 2020 Employment Law
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