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Pytel V. The Office for Gas & Electricity Market (OFGEM) - new rights for whistle-blowers

Pytel V. The Office for Gas & Electricity Market (OFGEM) - new rights for whistle-blowers
In an important case for whistle-blowers, Paul Michell and Rachel Barrett have successfully argued that words ought to be read into the Utilities Act 2000 to allow the Claimant to continue his whistleblowing claim against OFGEM in the employment tribunal, in circumstances where he would otherwise be committing a criminal offence by bringing it. The...
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Cloisters barristers ranked in the UK Bar: Labour and Employment 2017

Cloisters barristers ranked in the UK Bar: Labour and Employment 2017
Who’s Who Legal has identified Cloisters as a leader in its field.  It endorsed 13 barristers at the junior level making Cloisters the most endorsed chambers in this category. Two silks and four juniors were also ranked in the highly rated category. Cloisters is pleased and delighted that our legal experts have been recognised for their work i...
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Associative Victimisation: Thompson v London Central Bus Company, EAT

Associative Victimisation: Thompson v London Central Bus Company, EAT
By Daniel Dyal In Thompson v London Central Bus Company [2015] UKEAT 0108_15_2007  Mr Thompson claimed that he was victimised because of a protected act. The twist was that he did not do the protected act himself. The protected act was done by another employee with whom, Mr Thompson claimed, management associated him. Mr Thompson was a member ...
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