Tag Archives: court of appeal

UK Custom and Practice in Enhanced Redundancy Terms

This post is kindly written for us by Lord Justice Underhill of the Court of Appeal.  Actually, that’s not entirely (or indeed at all) true.  However, while reciting long tracts of Court Judgments is rarely a good way to make friends and influence people, his recent guidance on when enhanced redundancy terms will become contractual … Continue Reading

Upholding grievances – kill or cure?

If you make some horrible error in your treatment of an employee, how far can your addressing it swiftly prevent it becoming a constructive dismissal claim?   Two quite similar stories in the law reports shed some light on this.  In 2010 the Court of Appeal concluded in Bournemouth University Higher Education Corporation –v- Buckland that … Continue Reading
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