In Harrison v Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust, the High Court granted an interim injunction to allow a suspended employee to return to the majority of her normal duties because there was no justification to restrict such duties.
In Hall v Weightmans LLP, an employment tribunal found that the employee's dismissal for excessive internet use discovered during a disciplinary investigation was fair and that the appeal procedure followed was "textbook".
In Commissioner of the City of London Police v Geldart, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that a failure to pay a London allowance to a police officer on maternity leave constituted direct sex discrimination and no comparator was required.
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