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
Shamoon v RUC Chief Constable [2003] UKHL 11 admin 27/02/2003
Shanahan Engineering Ltd v Unite - Special circumstances did not totally relieve employer of any obligation to consult on redundancy [2010] EAT admin 22/02/2010
Shanks v Swan Hunter Group Plc - High Court (QBD) 24.5.07 admin
Shanks v Unilever Plc & Ors - employee's right to benefit from inventions admin
Shanks v Unilever plc [2017] EWCA Civ 2 emplaw online 18/01/2017
Shannon v Rampersad t/a Clifton House Residential Home [2015] UKEAT 0050_15_2409 emplaw online 15/09/2015
Sharkey v Bridon Coatbridge Ltd, Glasgow ET - participating in industrial action held to be participating in an "activity of an independent union" admin
Sharma & ors v Manchester City Council EAT 2008 admin 04/04/2008
Sharma & others v Manchester City Council - Being a part-time worker does not need to be the sole reason for detrimental treatment for Part-Time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000 to apply [2008] EAT admin 04/03/2008
Sharma v Ealing Borough Council - Costs [2006] EAT admin 05/01/2006
Sharma v New College Nottingham - Deposit should not be ordered where central core of facts is in dispute [2011] EAT admin 01/12/2011
Sharp v Caledonia Group Services Ltd EAT 2005 admin 01/11/2005
Sharp v Caledonia Group Services Ltd, Equal Pay "Material factor defence" admin
Sharp v Manpower UK Lyd and IBM - Hepatitis C sufferer fails to prove disability [2005] EAT admin 09/08/2005
Sharp v Ministry of Defence - soldier fails in claim against MoD - QBD 14.2.07 admin
Sharpe v Balfour Kilpatrick - Tribunal wrong to refuse to entertain claim [2006] EAT admin 31/10/2006
Sharpe v The Bishop of Worcester [2015] EWCA Civ 399 emplaw online 30/04/2015
Sharpe v The Worcester Diocesan Board of Finance & Others - Religious ministers' employment status [2013] EAT admin 28/11/2013
Shaw & Co Solicitors v Atkins EAT - in a DDA "reasonable adjustments" case, the cost of the adjustments must be considered admin
Shaw v (1) The Cedar Tree Hotel (2) ST6 Ltd (3) Sutton Grosvenor Ltd - amendment to add/substitute new party only where mistake ought to be corrected admin
Shaw v B&W Group Ltd admin
Shaw v B&W Group Ltd - Extension of time limits for claims under now-discontinued statutory grievance procedures [2011] EAT admin 25/01/2011
Shaw v CCL Ltd - Breach of sex discrimination law can give rise to a claim for constructive dismissal [2007] EAT admin 22/05/2007
Shaw v CCL Ltd EAT 2007 admin 22/05/2007
Shaw v Ladbrokes Betting & Gaming Ltd - tribunal office muddle leads to order for an out of time claim to be accepted - EAT 20.6.07 admin
Shawkat v Nottingham City Hospital NHS Trust 1999 admin 26/02/1999
Shawkat v Nottingham City Hospital NHS Trust 2002 admin 21/06/2001
Shea v Micros Fidelio - Litigant in person may be forgiven for confusing wrongful and unfair dismissal [2011] EAT admin 02/08/2011
Sheehan v Post Office Counters Ltd 1999 admin 16/11/1998
Sheffield City Council v Crosby and others, Gibson and others v Sheffield CC - disparate impact of pay scheme can be shown not to be "sex-tainted" [2009] EAT admin 17/02/2009
Sheffield City Council v Dolby - Failure to abide by statutory grievance requirements [2011] EAT admin 08/12/2011
Sheffield City Council v Norouzi - racial harassment admin
Sheffield College v Ojinnaka EAT 2001 admin 18/05/2001
Sheffield Forgemasters International Ltd v Fox, Telindus v Brading - Incapacity benefit must not automatically be deducted from compensation, since its receipt does not automatically demonstrate a lack of capability to work [2008] EAT admin 07/11/2008
Sheffield Forgemasters International Ltd v Fox; Telindus v Brading - incapacity benefit must not automatically be deducted from compensation, since its receipt does not automatically demonstrate a lack of capability to work - EAT 7.11.08 admin
Sheffield Forgemasters International Ltd v Fox; Telindus v Brading EAT 2009 admin 07/11/2008