R v Central Arbitration Committee and another ex parte Kwik-Fit (GB) Ltd  IRLR 395 CA
Reports relating to this case:
- 22 July 2002
In R v Central Arbitration Committee and another ex parte Kwik-Fit, the Court of Appeal holds that, in determining the "appropriate bargaining unit" for the purposes of statutory trade union recognition, the CAC must first consider the proposal put forward by the union and, if it finds this to be the appropriate bargaining unit, to go no further.
- 9 April 2002
This week's case roundup, covering the appropriate bargaining unit for statutory recognition and whether anxiety constitutes a mental impairment for the purposes of the Disability Discrimination Act.
- 1 April 2002
Employers are likely to find it harder to defend union demands for recognition following a decision from the Court of Appeal on the role of the Central Arbitration Committee in disputes.