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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 Author Case Date
Sectrack NV v (1) Satamatics Ltd (2) Leemans - injunction granted to prevent misuse of customer list - QBD 19.12.07 admin
Sharma v New College Nottingham - Deposit should not be ordered where central core of facts is in dispute [2011] EAT admin 01/12/2011
Software 2000 Ltd v Andrews, Trinder, Prowse and Lawrence EAT 2007 admin 26/01/2007
Smith v Gardner Merchant Ltd 1999 admin 14/07/1998
Strathclyde Joint Police Board v Cusick - Civilian worker for police force should not have withheld information on sex offender [2011] EAT admin 15/06/2011
Smith v. Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd - Grievance procedure and continuing failures by an employer [2007] EAT admin 24/04/2007
Schmidt v Spar und Leikhasse of Bordesholm etc 1995 admin 14/04/1994
Sec'y of State (DTI) v Bottrill 1999 admin 12/02/1999
SG v The Head Teacher & Governors of St Gregory's Catholic Science College - afro hair style and indirect discrimination admin
Scottish Opera Ltd v Winning - grievance requirements under the (now repealed/revoked) 2004 statutory dispute resolution procedures. admin
Shaikh v Department for Constitutional Affairs - man's equal pay claim fails because no female comparator - new on EAT website 3.10.2005 admin
Segor v Goodrich Actuation Systems Ltd - Tribunal should only accept "clear, unambiguous and unequivocal" abandonment of claim [2012] EAT admin 10/02/2012
Sec'y of State for Employment v Haynes EAT 1980 admin 13/02/1980
Sterling Developments (London) Ltd v Pagano EAT 2007 admin 01/05/2007
South East Essex College & ors v Abegaze - Post employment references admin
Sovereign Business Integration Plc v Trybus - Employee unfairly dismissed for un-permitted absence [2007] EAT admin 15/06/2007
Sajid v Chowdhury CA 2001 admin 02/10/2001
Schultz v Esso Petroleum Ltd 1999 admin 18/03/1999
Slack & Ors v Cumbria County Council & Anor - equal pay time limit runs from end of "stable employment", not individual contracts admin
Sheibani v Elan & Co LLP - breach of natural justice if tribunal fails to warn parties it is considering illegality admin
Sacked police officer loses payout appeal admin
Slevin v Premier Foods Group (t/a Hovis) - no perversity in health & safety dismissal decision admin
Surrey Police v Marshall 2002 admin 05/08/2002
Sanderson & anor v Exel Management Services Ltd EAT 2006 admin 12/05/2006
Smith v Ideal Shopping Direct Ltd - conclusion that dismissal was 100% certainty in any event needed justification admin
Skills Development Scotland Co Ltd v Buchanan & Anor - TUPE requirements properly explained difference in pay [2011] EAT admin 25/05/2011
Silva-Douglas v LSE - A withdrawal cannot be withdrawn [2007] EAT admin 18/04/2007
South West Trains Limited v McDonnell EAT 2003 admin 07/08/2003
Sen v The British Council EAT 2002 admin 12/11/2002
Spaceright Europe Ltd v Baillavoine & Anor - Dismissal still connected to transfer even though transfer had not yet occurred or been formalised [2011] EAT admin 14/12/2011
Southern Cross Healthcare Co Ltd v Perkins & Ors admin 21/04/2010
Svenska Staten v Anders Holmqvist - criteria for deciding which country is responsible for State guarantees of wages etc due by an insolvent employer operating in more than one EC country - ECJ case C-310/07 on 16.10.08 admin
Scottish Prison Service v Laing - different circumstances may justify different sanctions admin
Swainston v Hetton Victory Club Ltd 1983 admin 10/02/1983
Secretary of State for Children Schools & Families v Fletcher EAT 2009 admin 30/09/2008
Sattar v Speyhill Ltd & Anor - inconsistencies in evidence not sufficient to establish perversity admin