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Employment Law Classics – 15. United Bank Ltd v Akhtar

This case is about mobility clauses  – and the implied terms that limit their application. It’s a neat illustration of an employer thinking that because the contract says they can do something, they don’t have to worry about how they … Continue reading

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Employment law Classics – 6. Delabole Slate Ltd v Berriman

It’s time we talked about TUPE – No really, its fine. Delabole Slate Ltd v Berriman is a nice and neat Court of Appeal case about just what is meant by an ETO reason. That’s the reason you have to establish to … Continue reading

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Employment Law Classics – 5. Western Excavating v Sharp

This episode looks at Western Excavating v Sharp – the case defines what ‘constructive dismissal’ means in unfair dismissal law. We look at how the case could have been decided differently and see how the Court of Appeal’s ruling paved … Continue reading

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