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Calculating compensation: Expenses incurred in mitigation

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    United Freight Distribution Ltd v McDougall EAT/218/94 (0 other reports)

An industrial tribunal failed to make a clear finding on whether a loan to the applicant from his father was an expense incurred in mitigating the applicant's loss after his unfair dismissal, holds the EAT in United Freight Distribution Ltd v McDougall.

When Mr McDougall was made redundant from his job as an operations manager with a haulage contracting company, he tried, but failed, to find similar work elsewhere.