BUPA Care Homes (BNH) Ltd v Cann; Spillett v Tesco Stores Ltd [2006] IRLR 248 EAT

Reports relating to this case:

  • 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.

  • Tribunal practice and procedure: Discretion to extend time unaffected by statutory grievance procedure

    Date:
    23 June 2006

    In BUPA Care Homes (BHN) Ltd v Cann; Spillett v Tesco Stores Ltd [2006] IRLR 248 EAT the Employment Appeal Tribunal holds that an employment tribunal may exercise its discretion to hear a discrimination complaint where the step-one grievance was submitted more than four months after the act of discrimination complained of.

  • Case round-up

    Date:
    1 April 2006

    Joe Glavina, of Addleshaw Goddard outlines the latest legal rulings and explains what you need to do to avoid tribunals.

  • Discretion on time limits not restricted

    Date:
    1 April 2006

    In the joined cases of BUPA Care Homes (BHN) Ltd v Cann and Spillett v Tesco plc (22 February 2006), the EAT clarifies an important point of interpretation and holds that the tribunal's power to extend the time limit for submitting a claim of discrimination is not restricted by the time limit relating to the statutory grievance procedures.