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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
Woods v W M Car Services (Peterborough) Ltd CA 1982 28/06/1982
Williams v Compair Maxam Ltd 1982 22/01/1982
Worringham & Humphreys v Lloyds Bank Ltd 1982 10/12/1981
Wiltshire CC v National Assoc of Teachers 1980 25/01/1980
Wigan Borough Council v Davies 1979 26/01/1979
Walls Meat Co Ltd v Khan CA 1979 24/10/1978
Wood v York City Council 1978 28/02/1978
Western Excavating (ECC) Ltd v Sharp CA 1978 14/11/1977
Wilson v Maynard Shipping Consultants AB 1978 11/11/1977
Wilson v Racher 1974 15/02/1974
W Brewin & Co Ltd v Marvin - tribunal was entitled to find selection for redundancy unfair
W v JH (1) and A County Council (2) - ex-line manager may be liable for slander in disclosing old, inaccurate information to new employer - QBD 5.3.08
Wacha v Lewis & Another - tribunal failed to explain why it did not award uplift in compensation
Wade v North Yorkshire Police Authority v HMRC - date from which statutory maternity pay can be claimed
Wain & Ors v Guernsey Ship Management Ltd - no "economic entity" for TUPE purposes - Court of Appeal 3.4.07
Wainwright & Cummins v Snowdon - not for EAT to substitute its own findings of fact
Walker v Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons - strike-off was disproportionately severe sanction - Privy Council 21.11.07
Walker v United Kingdom - UK NIC's and sex discrimination - ECtHR 22.8.06
Waller v Bromsgrove District Council - overriding objective does not alter strict application of time limits - EAT 23.5.07
Wallis & Anor v Meredith - defamation claim by employer was abuse of process