A round-up of links to news items on employment tribunal rulings in the week beginning 30 July 2012, including black footballer Mark McCammon's successful race discrimination claim against his former club Gillingham FC.
Gillingham FC "racially victimised Mark McCammon" (on the BBC website) A black footballer's dismissal by his club was race victimisation, a tribunal has ruled.
Pay-out for ex-postal worker over race discrimination (on the Independent website) A former postal worker has been awarded undisclosed compensation after an employment tribunal ruled he had faced discrimination.
Worker wins £20,000 unfair dismissal pay-out over porn she did not watch (on the Metro website) A community champion has won a £20,000 unfair dismissal case after she was falsely accused of watching hardcore pornography at work.
IFA awarded £25k after winning 'drunken client abuse' tribunal (on the IFA Online website) An IFA who was sacked after an allegation that she drunkenly abused a client has won her two-year unfair dismissal battle with her former employer and been handed £25,000 compensation.
UAL denies quid pro quo pitch over tribunal case (on the Times Higher Education website) A university suggested that an alleged victim of harassment could settle an employment tribunal case against the institution as a way of "restoring good relations" during negotiations over her position, it has been claimed.
Mother loses discrimination battle against online giant Amazon (on the Wales Online website) A mother has lost a discrimination battle she was fighting against online giant Amazon that was started by her late son.
£22,000 compensation for Isle of Man dismissal (on the Isle of Man Today website) The former manager of Sefton Group-owned Palace Hotel in Douglas has been awarded compensation of more than £22,000 by an employment tribunal for unfair dismissal.
Employment tribunal decisions reported on XpertHR that week
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