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HM Prison Service and others v Davis

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    HM Prison Service and others v Davis EAT/1294/98 (0 other reports)

In HM Prison Service and others v Davis EAT/1294/98, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that an employment tribunal had erred in law by finding that acts between two off-duty prison officers in a social setting occurred in the course of employment.

An employment tribunal found that Miss Davis, a probationary prison officer, had been subjected to unwanted sexual attentions by Mr Randall, a male prison officer, when both were off duty in Miss Davis' home.