The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that the primary question to be asked when considering bad faith for the purposes of a victimisation claim is the employee’s honesty.   The employee, in this case, was a trainee surgeon. Various issues…

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that an employee’s belief in the right to own the copyright and moral rights of her own creative works and output was not a philosophical belief under the Equality Act 2010. The employee, in…

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The Court of Appeal has restored the burden of proof test in discrimination cases meaning that claimants will bear the initial burden.

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The government has announced the details of the scheme for reimbursement of employment tribunal fees following a ruling this Summer that fees in the employment tribunal and the Employment Appeal Tribunal were unlawful.

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The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that claimants in discrimination cases do not bear the initial burden of proof.

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Airline cabin crew habitually carried out their work in Belgium despite the fact that a jurisdiction clause in their contracts stated that their place of work was in Ireland, is the opinion of an Advocate General.

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