Legal news: Employment update

Leah Aschettino rounds up recent developments affecting employers and their advisers Non-compete clauses must be no wider than reasonably necessary to protect the employer’s legitimate business interests. Tribunal wrongly considered discrimination which occurred after dismissal decision Citizens Advice Merton and Lambeth Ltd v Mefful [2022] is a long-running piece of employment litigation involving allegations of …
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Cases Referenced

  • British Gas Trading Ltd v Lock & anor [2016] UKEAT/0189/15/BA
  • Citizens Advice Merton and Lambeth Ltd v Mefful [2022] EAT 11
  • Fentem v Outform EMEA Ltd [2022] EAT 36
  • HM Attorney General v Taheri [2022] EAT 35
  • Law By Design v Ali [2022] EWHC 426 (QB)
  • Marshall (Cambridge) v Hamblin [1994] ICR 362
  • TFS Derivatives Ltd v Morgan [2004] EWHC 3181 (QB)