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- Employment Appeal Tribunal
- England and Wales Care Standards Tribunal
- England and Wales Court of Appeal
- England and Wales High Court of Justice
- England and Wales Lands Tribunal
- Financial Services and Markets Tribunals
- First-tier Tribunal (Health Education and Social Care Chamber)
- House of Lords
- Privy Council
- Supreme Court
- Upper Tribunal
- Remploy Ltd v Abbott & Ors (Practice and Procedure : Amendment), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, April 24, 2015,  UKEAT 0405_14_2404
2. The Employment Tribunal had carefully and effectively managed the case on the basis of proceeding with a limited number of lead or test cases, raising generic issues that applied across the board to all Claimants, as a result of there having been national policies applied across the country to redundancies in all Remploy facilities. 3. The Clai...
- Hin-Pro International Logistics Ltd v Compania Sud Americana De Vapores SA, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 23, 2015,  EWCA Civ 401
1. The central question in this appeal is whether a clause in bills of lading providing for English jurisdiction is, as the respondent claims, an exclusive jurisdiction clause. Whether we get to that question depends on whether the appellant should be heard. The respondent contends that it should not. In order to address both issues it is necessary...
- Parkingeye Ltd v Beavis, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 23, 2015,  EWCA Civ 402
1. This is an appeal against the order of His Honour Judge Moloney Q.C. giving judgment in favour of the respondent, ParkingEye Ltd, against the appellant, Mr. Barry Beavis, on its claim to recover a charge of £85 for overstaying the permitted period of free parking in the car park at the Riverside Retail Park in Chelmsford. 2. The circumstances gi...
- The Secretary of State for the Home Department v SS (Congo) & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 23, 2015,  EWCA Civ 387
1. This is the judgment of the court, to which all its members have contributed. The section relating to the four appeals was drafted primarily by Sales LJ and the section relating to the two applications for permission to appeal out of time was drafted primarily by Richards LJ. 2. The court has before it four appeals in immigration cases and appli...
- Maier & Anor v Asos Plc & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 22, 2015,  EWCA Civ 377
1. This is the judgment of the Court in relation to the various outstanding matters following our main judgment in this appeal ( EWCA Civ 220). In arriving at this judgment we have given careful consideration to all of the evidence and submissions filed by the parties. Undertakings 2. Assos invites us to require Asos to give certain underta...
- McCracken v Smith & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 22, 2015,  EWCA Civ 380
``1. Some years ago the police in Carlisle were receiving a number of complaints about trials bikes, the sort used in scrambling. They were being ridden dangerously in an area to the west of the city. It was decided to mount a special operation to monitor the extent of such incidents. It was only a month after this operation was discontinued th...
- Way v Spectrum Property Care Ltd, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 22, 2015,  EWCA Civ 381
1. The questions at issue in this appeal are (i) whether a warning given in bad faith can be relied on for the purpose of determining whether there is sufficient reason to dismiss an employee; (ii) whether the Employment Tribunal (``ET'') wrongly failed to consider that question and erred in deciding that the claimant, now the appellant, was not un...
- Fox v British Airways Plc (Unfair Dismissal: Reasonableness of dismissal), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, April 22, 2015,  UKEAT 0315_14_2204
In circumstances where the advice available to the employer had materially changed between the taking of the decision to dismiss and the dismissal itself, a question arose as to whether this impacted upon the fairness of the dismissal. This was an issue raised by the Claimant's case before the Employment Tribunal but the reasons provided did not d...
- Moss v Reliance Mutual Insurance Society Ltd (Equal Pay Act: Material factor defence and justification), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, April 22, 2015,  UKEAT 0135_14_2204
The Employment Tribunal upheld the Respondent's genuine material factor defence to the Appellant's equal pay claim. No error of law shown. The sex discrimination claim failed on the facts and on limitation grounds. The Employment Tribunal found permissibly that the Respondent was not in repudiatory breach of contract so that the constructive unf...
- Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber), April 22, 2015,  UKUT 193 (AAC)
2. In order to enable the tribunal to consider what redaction should be permitted so as to protect personal data of individuals other than Prince Charles, in accordance with such further directions as may be given by the tribunal: (1) The additional parties shall no later than 4pm on Wednesday 13 May 2015 lodge with the tribunal and provide to othe...