Simpson v Cantor Fitzgerald Europe [2019] UKEAT 0016/18

Whistleblowing: an overview of the law

The law on protected disclosures is set out in the Employment Rights Act 1996. Section 43A ERA contains the meaning of "protected disclosure"

‘In this Act a "protected disclosure" means a qualifying disclosure (as defined by section 43B) which is made by a worker in accordance with any of sections 43C to 43H.

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