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Case Summaries

This section contains 100’s of professionally prepared case summaries relevant to employment law. They report decisions from the tribunals and courts of the UK and Europe and are updated as important new cases arise.

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Title Case Date
CSDLA/251/2007 - disability living allowance - Social Security and Child Support Commissioners' Decisions 16.5.07
CTO Gesellschaft Fur Containertransport MBH and Co MS Juturna KG & anor. v Dziennik - different approach of the High Court and the Court of Appeal to "justice" - CA 13.11.06
Cullinane v (1) Balfour Beatty Engineering Services Ltd (2) NRL Ltd - delay by representatives "affixes" to claimant for time limit purposes
Cumbria County Council & Anor v Bates - post-dismissal conduct and compensation for unfair dismissal
Cumbria County Council v Joss & Ors - refusal of leave to appeal on Equal Pay: GMF defence
Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust v Steel
Cummins v United Kingdom - sex discrimination in refusal to pay Widow's Payments to a man, but not in refusing Widow's Pension - ECtHR 1.4.08
Cunningham v Aurora Kendrick James Ltd - relief from automatic strike-out
Cunningham v Aurora Kendrick James Ltd - time limits for appealing ET orders are strict
Cunningham v BMS Sales Ltd - Age discrimination - Irish Equality Tribunal 1.2.07
Cunningham v BMS Sales Ltd - Irish Equality Tribunal 1.2.07
Cusworth v British Gas - compromise agreement prevents claim - Court of Appeal 7.6.07
CVS Solicitors LLP (1) Shah (2) v Van Der Borgh - "employment" under EqA 2010 is a queston of fact to be determined in all circumstances
CVS Solicitors LLP v Van Der Borgh - judgment on employee status not Meek compliant
Cyprien v Bradford Grammar School - time runs from when employe reasonably expected to have taken a negligently omitted step
Czarnecki v Choice Textiles Ltd - it is wrong to construe a contract as providing no obligation to pay at least the normal hourly rate