In Crofts and others v Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd and others, the Court of Appeal holds that pilots who worked for a Hong Kong airline but who were based in or residing in England and who were subject to contracts of employment with a UK-based subsidiary of the airline could bring unfair dismissal claims in a domestic employment tribunal.
Recent case law has failed to clarify sufficiently the status of employment tribunal jurisdiction regarding employees based overseas, argues Sue Nickson of Hammonds.
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