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Whistleblowing: "Cryptic" disclosures not in public interest

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    Simpson v Cantor Fitzgerald Europe EAT/0016/18 (0 other reports)

Simpson v Cantor Fitzgerald Europe EAT/0016/18

whistleblowing | protected disclosures | reasonable belief | public interest

In Simpson v Cantor Fitzgerald Europe, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) upheld the tribunal decision that 37 disclosures made by a city worker are not protected disclosures within the meaning of s.43B of the Employment Rights Act 1996.