Alexander & Hatherley v Brigden Enterprises Ltd - Disciplinary procedures and dismissal [2006] EAT

This case establishes that provided the statutory procedural requirements required since 1st October 2004 have been met, an employer's failure to comply with additional procedural safeguards will not render a dismissal unfair if the employer shows that the employee has not in fact been prejudiced as a consequence. This confirms that provisional view of relevant law taken by the EAT a few weeks earlier in Silman v ICTS (UK) Ltd, EAT.

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