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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
International Transport Workers' Federation & Anor v Viking Line ABP - Freedom of establishment and collective action - ECJ case C-438/05 11.12.07
International Transport Workers’ Federation and The Finnish Seamen’s Union v Viking Line ABP and OÜ Viking Line, ECJ Case C-483/05 - re trade union rights - AG's opinion of 23.5. 2007
IPC Media Ltd v Millar - actual knowledge of disability necessary to show discrimination
Iqbal v Dean Manson Solicitors - a partnership can be a defendant to a claim under the Protection from Harassment Act 1997
Iqbal v Metropolitan Police Service & Anor - allowing adjournments on medical grounds
IRLR and ICR case summaries
Islam Channel Ltd v Ridley - assessing future (as opposed to past) losses is speculative, so a tribunal can disregard mitigation if appropriate
Island Consultants Ltd v Revenue & Customs - IR35 tax avoidance - Special Commissioners of Income Tax Decisions 5.7.07
Italy v Commission - State Aid infringes rules on common market - ECJ Cases T'239/04 and T'323/04, 12.9.07
ITC Innovative Technology Center GmbH v Bundesagentur fur Arbeit - superiority of EC law - ECJ case Case C-208/05 on 11.1.07
Ivanova v Bulgaria - religious discrimination - ECHR 12.7.07
IX v WABE & MH Muller v MJ Case C-804/18 and Case C-341/19
IX v WABE e.V C-804/18 and MH Muller Handels GmbH v MJ C-341/19
IXIS Corporate & Investment Bank v WestLB Ag & Ors - disclosure orders against third parties - High Court (Commercial Court) 27.7.07
Iya-Nya v British Airways Plc - no error in tribunal's strike-out