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Clarke v Zurich UK General Services Ltd - Conflicting evidence in misconduct case [2010] EAT

In the absence of perversity, where there is conflicting evidence (here in relation to alleged gross misconduct arising from unlawful detention of a private investigator) the EAT will not interfere with an Employment Tribunal judgment based on a "weighing up" of the evidence as such matters are solely for Employment Tribunals to determine.

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