El-Hoshi v Pizza Express Restaurants Ltd  All ER (D) 295 (Jun) EAT
Reports relating to this case:
- 3 September 2004
In El-Hoshi v Pizza Express Restaurants Ltd the EAT holds that an employee who has made a protected disclosure and is then subjected to a repudiatory breach of contract as a punishment for it, does not acquiesce in the breach by delaying three months before letting the employer know that he or she regards himself or herself as constructively dismissed, where during that period the employee is absent through sickness and submits regular sick notes.
- 29 June 2004
This week's case round-up from Eversheds, covering employing non-EU citizens and breaches of contract following whistleblowing.