In WM Morrison Supermarkets plc v Various claimants, the Supreme Court held that the employer is not vicariously liable for an employee's deliberate personal data breach because the employee was not engaged in furthering his employer's business but was pursuing "a personal vendetta".
In MacLean v Menzies Distribution Ltd, an employment tribunal found that the employer's public "dressing-down" of an employee via email entitled the employee to resign and successfully claim constructive dismissal.
In Uddin v London Borough of Ealing, the Employment Appeal Tribunal held that the investigating officer's failure to share a material fact with the decision-maker was relevant to the fairness of the dismissal.
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.
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