YKK Europe Ltd v Heneghan - establishing jurisdiction where employee, usually not in GB, was not at work at date of dismissal

When deciding whether an employee "ordinarily works in Great Britain" when that employee was not actually at work at all at the date of dismissal, the tests in Lawson v Serco must first be applied, and then a broader range of inquiry embarked upon.   

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