Overseas workers: Not bringing it all back home

Charles Wynn-Evans outlines some recent cases about the employment tribunal’s jurisdiction to hear claims brought by those working overseas ‘The tribunal should consider the particular facts of each case as a whole to determine whether there is a stronger connection with Great Britain than the country where the individual works, such that the tribunal should …
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Cases Referenced

  • British Council v Jeffery; Green v SIG Trading [2018] EWCA Civ 2253
  • Clyde & Co LLP & anor v Bates van Winkelhof [2014] UKSC 32
  • Duncombe & ors v Secretary of State for Children Schools and Families (No 2) [2011] UKSC 36
  • Foreign and Commonwealth Office & ors v Bamieh [2019] EWCA Civ 803
  • Lodge v Dignity & Choice in Dying & anor [2015] UKEAT/0252/14/LA
  • Ravat v Halliburton Manufacturing and Services Ltd [2012] UKSC 1
  • Ravisy v Simmons & Simmons LLP & anor [2019] UKEAT/0085/18/OO
  • Serco Ltd v Lawson [2006] UKHL 3
  • Smania v Standard Chartered Bank [2014] UKEAT/0181/14/KN