Godfrey Morgan Solicitors Ltd v Marzan & Anor - solicitor employer unreasonable to rely on drafting technicality to defend claim

An employer respondent should not seek to rely on a technical error (such as incorrectly setting out its name in an ET1) to deter a claimant. That is especially so when the respondent is a solicitor, who is expected to act as an officer of the court and not seek to frustrate the process of justice. 

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