Legal news: Employment update

Antonia Blackwell rounds up recent developments affecting employers and their advisers It is vital to inform the employment tribunal as soon as it becomes clear that oral evidence from abroad may be needed to avoid, as much as possible, any delays in the tribunal process. New presidential guidance on giving oral evidence from abroad The …
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Cases Referenced

  • Agbabiaka (Evidence from Abroad, Nare Guidance) [2021] UKUT 286 (IAC)
  • Ali v Heathrow Express Operating Company Ltd & anor [2022] EAT 54
  • Knightley v Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust [2022] EAT 63
  • Kumar v MES Environmental Ltd [2022] EAT 60
  • White v HC-One Oval Ltd [2022] EAT 56