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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
Osei-Adjei v RM Education Ltd - claimant's resignation can break causation
Osman v Belstaff International Ltd - in the interests of justice any strike out must be "proportionate"
Oso and Owoyemi v Newham University Hospital NHS Trust - unfair dismissal and race discrimination
Oso v Newham University Hospital NHS Trust - tribunal's reasons for decision were completely clear - and not irrational
Osoba v Hertfordshire Constabulary - employer's approach shambolic but not discriminatory
Osonnaya v Queen Mary University of London - costs can follow application to postpone, reasonable or not.
Osonnaya v South West Essex Primary Care Trust - strike out after 5 years of no progress was error of law
OTG Ltd v (1) Barke (2) Luke (3) BERR & Other cases - pre-pack sales and TUPE
Oti-Obihara v HMRC - tax on payments under a compromise agreement
Otobor V Croydon College & Ors - strike out requires consideration of balance of prejudice
Oudahar v Esporta Group Ltd - automatically unfair dismissal in certain health & safety cases
Out of office misuse of laptop computers - (USA) TechLaw Journal 8.3.06
Overseas workers rights (Serco Ltd v Lawson
Owens v Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council - eligibility for membership of Teachers' Pensions Scheme
Owolabi v (1) Bondcare Ltd (2) Southern Cross Healthcare Group PLC (3) Fellows - new claim was abuse of process
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust v (1) Laakkonen (2) Taylor (3) Cole - test for perversity is a high one
Oyarce v Cheshire County Council - burden of proof in discrimination cases - EAT on 13.6.07
Oyarce v Cheshire County Council - statutory reverse burden of proof does not apply to race discrimination victimisation claims - but does that really matter? - [2008] EWCA Civ 434, Court of Appeal on 2.5.08
Ozturk & ors. v SoS for Home Department - students and au pairs from Turkey - CA 18.5.06
O’Hara v Jackstone Froster Ltd - Link between Unfair Dismissal and consequent illness