Source: All England Reporter
Publisher Citation: [2009] All ER (D) 52 (Nov)
Court: Employment Appeal Tribunal
Judge:

Bean J

Representation Naomi Ling (instructed under the Direct Access Scheme) for the employee.
  The employer did not appear and was not represented.
  Michael Duggan (instructed by Longmores Solicitors) for the second respondent.
Judgment Dates: 23 July 2009

Catchwords

Employment tribunal - Striking out - Reasonable prospect of success - Employee being employed under umbrella arrangement by employer - Contract providing for one month's notice where an assignment was terminated - Assignment between employee and second respondent being terminated - Employee claiming outstanding salary on basis one month's notice not given - Employment tribunal striking out claim and refusing application for review - Whether tribunal erring.

The Case

Employment tribunal Striking out. The Employment Appeal Tribunal, allowed the employee's appeal against her claim being struck out on the basis that, in all the circumstances, she had an arguable case on the merits against the employer and second respondent.

Practice Areas

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