Onyango v Berkeley (t/a Berkeley Solicitors) - protected disclosure can be made after end of employment

Protected disclosure under section 47B ERA 1996 can be made after termination of employment

The question raised in this appeal is whether an employee may bring a complaint of detrimental treatment under section 47B of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA) on the ground that he made a protected disclosure not during but after the termination of his employment with the employer. The EAT overruled an ET which had held that it was not possible to bring such a claim.

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