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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
AB & Ors v Ministry of Defence - nuclear veterans test cases against MOD allowed to proceed
AB & Ors v British Coal Corporation - interest on costs overpayments - High Court (QBD) 13.8.07
AB & Ors v British Coal Corporation (Department of Trade & Industry) - success for claimants in the Respiratory Disease Litigation - High Court (QBD) 27.6.07
AB & Ors v British Coal Corporation & Anor - British Coal Respiratory Disease Litigation - High Court (QBD) 18.5.07
AA & Others (Pakistan) - legitmate expectations and the Highly Skilled Migrant Programme - UKAIT 8.1.08
A v Secretary of State, Home Office - for a statement to be "false" for the purposes of the Immigration Rules, it must be dishonest.
A v B and C - only cases that are "merely fanciful" should be dismissed as having "no reasonable prospects of success"
A v B and Anor - Tribunal should be slow to strike out unfair dismissal claim if earlier discrimination-related grievance may have influenced employer
A v B - tribunal decision unlikely to be "plainly and unarguably right" where it completely failed to address relevant matters
A v B - spent conviction must be relevant to issue before the court
A v B - High Court has jurisidiction for judicial review of decision to prevent publication by ex-Security Services officer - QBD 4.7.08
A v B - High Court has jurisdiction for judicial review of decision to prevent publication by ex-Security Services officer - QBD 4.7.08
A v B - dismissal was fair following allegations of criminal behaviour, although without any conviction, and anonymity could be preserved
A v B