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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Titlesort descending Author Case Date
Q v NUT - restricted reporting orders admin
Qantas Cabin Crew (UK) Ltd v Alsopp & Ors- where facts essentially same, court can rely on earlier judgment to determine issues admin
QDOS Consulting Ltd & Others v Swanson - in most cases, a strike-out application is not best use of time or energy admin
Qing-Ping Ma v. Merck Sharp & Dohme Ltd - race discrimination, time limits and continuing acts - EAT 6.2.07 admin
Qing-Ping Ma v. Merck Sharp & Dohme Ltd - Race discrimination, time limits and continuing acts [2007] EAT admin 06/02/2007
Qua v John Ford Morrison Solicitors EAT 2003 admin 14/01/2003
Quadrant Catering Ltd v Smith - Tribunal wrong to suggest employer should see dismissal as last, not first resort [2010] EAT admin 10/12/2010
Qualcast (Wolverhampton) Ltd v Ross 1979 admin 19/01/1979
Quantas Cabin Crew (UK) Ltd v (1) Lopez (2) Hooper - construction of contractual terms admin
Quashie v Methodist Homes Housing Association - Litigant should not lightly be deprived of right to make submissions [2012] EAT admin 16/01/2012
Quashie v Stringfellow Restaurants Ltd - Minimum mutual obligations may have existed in dancer's contract to be employment [2011] EAT admin 05/07/2011
Quashie v Stringfellows Restaurants Ltd - Lap dancer had umbrella contract of employment [2012] EAT admin 26/04/2012
Queen Elizabeth Hospital NHS Trust v Ogunlana - Dismissal for misconduct [2006] EAT admin 06/10/2006
Queen Victoria Seamen's Rest Ltd v Ward - in a pregnancy related discrimination case, a "but for test" is not appropriate admin
Queenscourt Ltd v Nyateka - Racial harassment [2006] EAT admin 17/07/2006
Queensway Surgery v Jayatilaka - application to amend was not just "re-labelling exercise" admin
Quigley v University of St Andrews - Perversity [2006] EAT admin 09/08/2006
Quinn v Schwarzkopf Ltd 2002 admin 26/06/2002
Quirk v Burton Hospitals NHS Trust 2002 admin 12/02/2002
Qureshi v London Borough of Newham 1991 admin 06/03/1991
Qureshi v Marks And Spencer Plc - test for whether someone is 'disabled' must focus on what he cannot do, not what he can do admin
Qureshi v Victoria University of Machester 2001 admin 21/06/1996