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Employers' liability: Court of Appeal guidelines for stress at work cases

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    Sutherland v Hatton [2002] IRLR 263 CA (3 other reports)

    • Managing stress returnees

      1 September 2002

      When staff return from sick leave due to stress the onus is on the employer to ensure their workload is appropriate, the Court of Appeal has ruled, by Nicholas Moore.

    • On appeal: Equal pay, stress and clear covenants

      30 April 2002

      Continuing our regular series on the implications of recent significant cases. Sue Nickson, partner and head of employment law at Hammond Suddards Edge, looks at the issues, including equal pay, stress and clear covenants.

    • Court of Appeal issues guidelines on stress claims

      1 March 2002

      In Sutherland v Hatton and others, the Court of Appeal strips three victims of work-related stress of damages, upholding the employers' appeals against county court judgments. In their judgment on 5 February 2002, Lady Justice Hale, Lord Justice Brooke and Lord Justice Kay also took the opportunity to lay down guidelines for claims for occupational stress cases.

In Sutherland v Hatton 5.2.2002 [2002] EWCA Civ 76, the Court of Appeal gives guidance on the way in which stress at work claims should be dealt with.