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Martin v Co-operative Group Ltd (t/a The Co-operative Pharmacy) - Judge was not biased in way he managed case [2011] EAT

An example of an allegation of bias against a tribunal where - arguably - a claimant has simply misinterpreted the procedures that an employment tribunal has followed.

Pharmacist Ms Martin was suspended when two employees with whom she worked submitted grievances about her. She resigned, claiming that the suspension was in "bad faith" because the grievances were not genuine and came at a time when she had made certain whistle-blowing complaints.

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