Sovereign Business Integration plc v Trybus EAT/0107/07

Reports relating to this case:

  • Statutory dispute resolution procedures: Inadequate notice of appeal hearing

    Date:
    14 September 2007

    In Sovereign Business Integration plc v Trybus EAT/0107/07 the EAT held that the timing of an appeal hearing was not reasonable, meaning that the employee's dismissal was automatically unfair, where the notice of the hearing was so short that the employee was unlikely to receive it in time.

  • Sovereign Business Integration plc v Trybus

    Date:
    11 July 2007

    In Sovereign Business Integration plc v Trybus EAT/0107/07, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that the timing of an appeal was not reasonable, as required by the general requirements in the Employment Act 2002, Schedule 2, paragraph 13, and the employee's dismissal was therefore automatically unfair under the Employment Rights Act 1996, section 98A.