Watkins v Crouch (t/a Temple Bird Solicitors) - Perversity needed before EAT can substitute its own decision for that of ET [2010] EAT

The EAT can substitute its own verdict for that of an employment tribunal only where, taking the case of the successful party below at its highest, no tribunalĀ could reasonably have come to the conclusion that it had: the finding that a tribunal's decision was unsound or due to incomplete findings of fact did not meet those criteria, and such a case must be remitted for fresh consideration.

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