||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 11 (Oct)
||Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge Levy QC, Dr D Grieves and Mrs M Prosser
||Timothy Dracass (instructed by Jerome & Co, Newport, Isle of Wight) for the employee's wife.
||Roy Leman (instructed by Moore & Blatch, Southampton) for the employer.
||4 July 2002
Natural justice - Employment tribunal - Bias - Combined proceedings - Tribunal chairman sitting at hearing of one part of combined proceedings - Tribunal chairman sitting at hearing of second part of combined proceedings - Whether risk of bias.
On the facts of the instant case, a fair minded observer might have concluded there was a risk of bias where a tribunal chairman had previously sat in a tribunal hearing a separate part of combined proceedings to which the instant case was also a part.
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