EAT has limited powers to restrict reporting
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Chessington World of Adventures Ltd v Reed  IRLR 556 EAT (2 other reports)
In Chessington World of Adventures v Reed ex parte News Group Newspapers the EAT holds that it does not have statutory power to make a restricted reporting order in an appeal against a decision on a question of liability in a case involving an allegation of sexual misconduct.
Ms Reed secured a restricted reporting order from an industrial tribunal in connection with her claim that she had been discriminated against by being subjected to a campaign of harassment when she announced her change of gender identity from male to female.