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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
Dillon & Others v (1) Todd (2) Care Concern GB Ltd - changes on appeal to TUPE orders and time limits for "enforcing" them
Driver v Air India Ltd - entitlement to "reasonable sum" where no contractual rate of pay is specified
Deer v University of Oxford - no reasonable prospect of success where principal issue resolved in ET
Dickins v O2 PLC - apportionment of damages in stress cases - [2008] EWCA Civ 1144 on 16.10.08
Department for Business Enterprise & Regulatory Reform v O'Brien & Anor - public interest exemptions under Freedom of Information Act
Denton Hall Legal Services & Ors v Fifield - Secretary wins PI claim - Court of Appeal, 8th March 2006.
DA'Bell v NSPCC - Bias, misconduct and procedural irregularity
DLA Piper denies lawyer’s discrimination claim
Dynamex Friction Ltd & Another v Amicus & others - in a TUPE situation it is the thought process of the actual dismisser which reveals whether reason for dismissal was economic or the transfer - Court of Appeal 17.4.08
Deman v Coates - tribunal erred in finding race discrimination but not allowing any remedy
Duffy v George - ET should order pre trial review when Claimant refuses to give evidence
Duffus v. National Water Commission (Jamaica) - implied terms - Privy Council 19.4.07
Davies v Sandwell MBC - is failure to appeal a final warning relevant to fairness of subsequent dismissal?
Davies & ors. v DTI & anor. - Group Litigation Order - Court of Appeal 20.10.06
Department For Work And Pensions v Coulson - sympathy is not the same as substitution
Desmond v The Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police - duty of care to individuals who are subject to Criminal Records Bureau checks