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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
Prince v Groundwork Wrexham & Flintshire - distinct post can be in redundancy pool of one
Proactive Sports Management Ltd v Rooney & ors - agencies and sports stars
Prospects for People with Learning Difficulties v Harris
Protectacoat Firthglow Ltd v Szilagyi - focus should be on the "true legal relationship", not whether agreement is "sham"
Prowes-Piper v Anglian Windows Ltd & Others - EAT correct, and entitled, to remit case for rehearing
PRP Architects v Reid - PUWER regulations - CA 28.7.06
Prudential plc & Anor, R (on the application of) v Special Commissioner of Income Tax & Anor
Public And Commercial Services Union & Ors v The Minister for the Civil Service - CSCS changes were not unlawful interference with rights
Publicis Consultants Ltd v O'Farrell - ex gratia payment was not pay in lieu of notice
Pulham & Others v LB Barking & Dagenham - ostensibly discriminatory pay protection arrangements could be justified
Punch Pub Co Ltd (formerly Spirit Group Ltd) v O'Neill - procedural defects in dismissal process did not make dismissal unfair
Puri, R (on the application of) v Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - Art 6 ECHR not engaged to protect loss of reputation
Purohit v Hospira (UK) Ltd
Purohit v Hospira UK Ltd
Purohit v Hospira UK Ltd - claim dismissed for "jumping the gun" - and costs properly ordered
Pybus v Geoquip Ltd - Meek failure to supply full reasons
Pye v Queen Mary University of London - adjournments: tribunal should not reach "near medical conclusions"