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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
Hammonds LLP & ors v Mwitta - reversal of the burden of proof
Hammonds (a firm) v Jones - former partner liable to refund amount which proved to be excess profit drawn down by him
Hammond v International Network Services UK Ltd - conduct must be "really serious" to breach Protection from Harassment Act - QBD 1.11.07
Hamilton v Stonehouse Coaches Ltd & Ors - tribunal must give full reasons to support its conclusions
Hamilton House Medical Ltd v Hillier - National Minimum Wage relates to basic pay
Halstead v Paymentshield Group Holdings Ltd - when are proceedings concurrent so as to require stay in ET?
Halliday v Creation Consumer Finance Ltd (CCF) - damages recoverable for distress for breach of DPA
Halliburton Manufaturing & Services Ltd v Ravat - a "substantial connection between Great Britain and the employment relationship" is not enough to establish unfair dismissal jurisdiction where employee works abroad - EAT 22.10.08
Halliburton Man'ing & Services Ltd v Ravat - "substantial connection between GB and employment relationship": unfair dismissal jurisdiction
Hakim v Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts & Anor - time limit for appeal to EAT not strictly applied
Haine v Secretary of State for Business Enterprise & Regulatory Reform & Anor - protective award made after insolvency is a provable debt where liability stems from a pre-liquidation breach of obligation - Court of Appeal 11.6.08
Hague v Rexam Glass (Barnsley) Ltd [2006] EWCA Civ 377, Court of Appeal 5.4.06
Hadji v St Luke's Plymouth (Unfair Dismissal : Constructive dismissal) - affirmation can be implied from prolonged delay
Habelt, Moser & Wachter v Deutsche Rentenversicherung Bund - old-age benefit rules on overseas contributions breach freedom of movement - C-396/05, 419/05, 450/05 ECJ 18.12.07
HA and TD v Home Office - procedural fairness in tribunals