21. Linfood Cash and Carry v Thomson

This week’s episode looks at Linfood Cash and Carry v Thomson & anor. This case from 1989 gives guidance to employers relying on anonymous evidence in disciplinary cases. To see how that guidance is used in practice we also consider dark deeds in crisp factory with Ramsey & ors v Walkers Snack Foods.

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Employment law consultant, trainer, writer and anorak
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