Category Archives: Employment Tribunals

Eva Carniero v Chelsea Football Club – Let’s make up and be friendly

As a follow-up to my blog posts last year regarding the claims brought by Evan Carneiro against Chelsea FC and Jose Mourinho, I thought it would be worth looking at the value of settling a claim. It is a fact … Continue reading

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Affirmation of a repudiatory breach of the employment contract

How should tribunals approach the question of whether an employer’s repudiatory breach of an employment contract has been affirmed by the employee in a claim for constructive dismissal? The question was considered by the EAT in Chindove v Morrisons Supermarkets … Continue reading

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Recovery of Fees

In Horizon Security Services Ltd v Ndeze and another UKEAT/0071/14, one of the few cases on the recovery of fees since their introduction in July 2013, the EAT has made a costs order against a respondent for the appellant’s EAT … Continue reading

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Employment Tribunal Statistics for January to March 2014 published.

The Ministry of Justice has published the quarterly tribunal statistics for January to March 2014. The statistics show the significant reduction in the number of claims since the introduction of fees in July 2013 has continued. The latest statistics show … Continue reading

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Employment Law Changes taking place in April 2014

There are several key changes to employment law coming into force in April 2014. The following changes to employment law come into effect on 6 April 2014: • Abolition of discrimination questionnaires. Section 67 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform … Continue reading

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