||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 304 (Mar)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal, Scotland
||The employee appeared by her representative.
||The employer appeared by its representative.
||20 January 2006
Employment tribunal - Procedure - Disclosure of documents - Confidential documents - Employee dismissed on basis of anonymous allegations - Tribunal ordering disclosure of complainants' identity - Whether tribunal erring.
On an appeal against an order by the tribunal that the identity of the authors of complaints made against the employee, including a child, should be disclosed, the appeal tribunal held that the tribunal had erred in law. Disclosure was not necessary in the interests of justice and would involve revealing the identity of a family who appeared to have provided information on the understanding that they could do so anonymously.
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