Law reports

Hogan v Cambridgeshire County Council [2001] All ER (D) 482 (Jul) EAT

Reports relating to this case:

  • On appeal

    15 January 2002

    Continuing our regular series on the implications of recent significant cases. James Humphery, partner at Trethowans Solicitors, Southhampton, looks at the issues.

  • Pregnant fixed-term workers gain protection of the law

    1 December 2001

    In a landmark ruling, a worker was unlawfully dismissed even though she hid her pregnancy at interview and was unable to fulfil most of her contract. Plus cases on when sickness-related dismissal will be safe from disability discrimination claims, and how not to conduct an unfair dismissal settlement.

  • Case roundup: Long-term sickness and settling claims

    27 November 2001

    This week's case roundup, covering frustration of a contract as a result of long-term sickness and settling claims.

  • Frustration of contract: Contract frustrated by long-term sickness

    1 November 2001

    In Hogan v Cambridgeshire County Council, the EAT upheld the finding of an employment tribunal that an employee's contract of employment had been frustrated by long-term incapacity due to sickness.