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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
Paw v HMRC - appeal to EAT is not confined to challenge against decisions of judges
Premier Groundworks Ltd v Jozsa - right to delegate meant an individual was not a "worker" for WTR purposes
Pennington v Surrey County Council and Surrey Fire and Rescue Service - Personal Injury and PUWER - CA 9.11.06
Power v Greater Manchester Police Authority - dismissal was not due to religious beliefs themselves, but how they were manifested
Perez & Gomez v Spain - favouring nationals of one region breaches EU requirements on recognising professional qualifications
Purohit v Hospira UK Ltd
Perkin v St Georges Healthcare Trust - unfair dismissal but nil award - Court of Appeal on 12th Oct 2005
Power v Greater Manchester Police Authority - no breach of right to fair trial where respondent chooses not to call decision maker as witness
Petersen v Berufungsausschuss für Zahnärzte etc ECJ case C-341/08 (A-G's opinion) - age restriction on dentist's licence justifiable
Police Federation v Home Department & Government Actuary's Dept [2009] EWHC 488 (Admin) - pension commutation factors for retiring police officers
Price v Commissioners for Revenue & Customs - constructive unfair dismissal, findamental breach, and the relevance of "reasonableness".
Pacey v Caterpillar Logistics (UK) Ltd,
Perry & Anor v A Decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal - costs applications are matter for ET's discretion
Pillay v INC Research UK Ltd - only in exceptional cases should tribunal strike out for no reasonable prospect of success
Payir & ors. v UK Secretary of State - ECJ Case C-294/06, 18.7.07