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Failing to comply with Acas Code in PIDA protected disclosure whistleblowing case results in uplift
Local Government Yorkshire And Humber v Shah (Victimisation Discrimination : Whistleblowing) [2012] UKEAT 0587_11_1906
03/09/2012
Even where lists of issues have been agreed between the parties they should be scrutinised by employment judges.
Price v Surrey County Council & Anor [2011] UKEAT 0450_10_2710
07/11/11
Whistleblowers are not protected against victimisation by fellow workers
NHS Manchester v Fecitt & Ors [2011] EWCA Civ 1190
29/10/11
When less favourable treatment amounting to a detriment follows a protected disclosure the employer must prove it was "in no sense whatsoever on the ground of the protected disclosure"
Fecitt & Ors v. NHS Manchester [2010] UKEAT 0150_10_2311
13/12/10
A protected disclosure involves the disclosure of information not just the making of allegations or stating one's position
Cavendish Munro Risks Management Ltd v. Geduld [2009] UKEAT 0195_09_0608
13/11/09
Redundancy sham - Series of protected disclosures should have been considered by the ET
El-Megrisi v Azad University - UKEAT - [2009]
27/06/09

Non-payment of a tribunal award was basis of claim for post decision victimisation claim
Rank Nemo Ltd & Ors v Coutinho - [2009] EWCA Civ 454
20/06/09















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