Bone v London Borough of Newham - the "slip-rule" and the overriding objective - [2008] EWCA Civ 435, Court of Appeal 30.4.08

Ms Bone brought claims of sex discrimination, victimisation, and unfair dismissal. She won. However, although it was clear from the tribunal's reasoning that it believed her dismissal to be an act of victimisation, it specifically did not say so in its judgment. When this became clear at the remedies hearing the tribunal issued a certificate of correction under Rule 37 of the Employment Tribunal Rules 2004 to confirm that the dismissal was indeed an act of victimisation.


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