Constructive Dismissal: Appealing the Last Straw Can the rejection of an appeal against a final written warning constitute a ‘last straw’ for the purposes of a constructive dismissal claim? Not in the case of Kaur v Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust  EWCA Civ 978, where the Court of Appeal determined that “such a process, […]
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Andrew Worthley has written an article for The Conversation looking at the intersection between MPs, racist language and the law of unfair dismissal, in light of recent comments made by Newton Abbot MP Anne Marie Morris. It is published here.
Take Notice (of Possession): All Change Renting is big business. With the percentage of private renters in England increasing year on year, it is little wonder that the government is enacting various reforms across the rental sector to further its ‘aspiration’ of ‘a bigger, better private rented sector.’[i] This is making it more difficult than […]
In the recent case of Horizon Security Services Limited v Ndeze & PCS Group UKEAT/0071/14/JOJ Andrew Worthley, a member of Magdalen Chambers’ team of Employment specialists, successfully appealed against a first instance decision relating to a TUPE transfer. Using the authority of Hunter v McCarrick  IRLR 26, Mr Worthley successfully argued that there was no transfer because of the Respondent’s failure to […]