Premier Mortgage Connections Ltd v Miller - Protected disclosure must be to person reasonably believed to be responsible at time of disclosure  EAT
An employment tribunal found that PMC had unfairly dismissed Miss Miller because she made a protected disclosure. She disclosed what she believed were improper financial dealings to Mr Day, an ex-director of PMC. PMC appealed, arguing that this did not amount to a "protected disclosure".
The EAT held that Employment Rights Act 1996 s 43C "is directed to protecting a disclosure which the employee reasonably believes is made to the person who has ongoing legal responsibility for dealing with it at the time the disclosure is made."