Territorial jurisdiction: Employee working abroad could bring claim in respect of directly effective rights
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Duncombe & others v Department for Education and Skills EAT/0433/07 (0 other reports)
In Duncombe & others v Department for Education and Skills EAT/0433/07, the EAT held that the territorial limits to employment tribunal jurisdiction do not preclude an employee based outside Great Britain pursuing a breach of contract claim that relies on provisions in the fixed-term employees Regulations. The Regulations implemented European legislation, giving directly effective rights that the domestic courts must seek to enforce.