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Case round-up: recurring medical conditions; and collective consultations on redundancy pay

This report relates to 2 case(s)

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    Susie Radin Ltd v GMB and others [2004] IRLR 400 CA (1 other report)

    • Susie Radin v GMB

      Date:
      1 June 2004

      In Susie Radin v GMB and others [2004] IRLR 400 CA, the Court of Appeal held that the employment tribunal had not erred in making a protective award for the maximum period of 90 days in respect of the employers' failure to consult with the union over a proposal to close a factory and dismiss all employees as redundant, notwithstanding the tribunal's finding in relation to the employees' claims of unfair dismissal that, in those circumstances, consultation would have been futile.

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    Swift v Chief Constable of Wiltshire Constabulary [2004] IRLR 540 EAT (2 other reports)

    • Disability discrimination update (2)

      Date:
      29 December 2006

      This article, the second in a two-part series on disability discrimination, looks at some of the recent key disability discrimination judgments.

    • Disability discrimination: Impairment not treated as continuing

      Date:
      20 August 2004

      In Swift v Chief Constable of Wiltshire Constabulary, the EAT holds that an employment tribunal's decision that an employee was not a disabled person within the meaning of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, after she returned to work following sick leave because of a psychiatric illness, was correct.

This week's case round-up from Eversheds, covering: recurring medical conditions; and collective consultations on redundancy pay.