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Case round-up: mitigating losses in unfair dismissal situations

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    Mears v Lloyd Green & Co (a firm) [2004] All ER (D) 289 (Jan) EAT (0 other reports)

This week's case round-up from Eversheds, covering mitigating losses in unfair dismissal situations.

Irrelevance can be a key factor

Mears v Lloyd Green & Co, EAT, 17 November 2003

Mears, a legal secretary, worked for Lloyd Green & Co solicitors. She brought tribunal complaints of unfair and wrongful dismissal, both of which were conceded prior to hearing. In the intervening period, Mears joined a number of employment agencies and was entirely candid, stating that she had a case pending against her former employers. She also declined to seek a reference from Lloyd Green & Co.