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Benkharbouche: EU Law reigns supreme (for now) & other important lessons

The legal press has mostly viewed Benkharbouche v SOS for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs  [2017] UKSC 62 in the Supreme Court [“SC”] as a case which simply addresses the interplay between State Immunity and the Employment Tribunals.  But, the other significance to this case is that it contains commentary the on the supremacy of EU Law, ...
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Tribunal rejects claim of religious discrimination by NHS Non-Executive Director opposed to same-sex adoption (Page v NHS Trust Development Authority)

Last week London South Employment Tribunal dismissed a claim by Richard Page for religious discrimination. The case concerned the NHS Trust Development Authority’s decision that he was not a suitable person to hold office as a Non-Executive Director in the NHS because of his conduct in publicising his opposition to same-sex adoption in the national...
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Agency Employees, Unfair Dismissal and the Necessity of Communicating an Intention to Dismiss: the recent EAT judgment in Sandle v Adecco UK Ltd

Agency Employees, Unfair Dismissal and the Necessity of Communicating an Intention to Dismiss: the recent EAT judgment in Sandle v Adecco UK Ltd
Ed Williams and Caroline Musgrave appeared before the EAT in July 2016 to argue an important case for agency workers and those who bring or defend unfair dismissal claims in the context of agency employment. Navid Pourghazi discusses the Judgment.   Introduction The EAT’s decision in Sandle v Adecco UK Limited is a must-read for practitioners ...
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