Campbell v Transportation Group (UK) Ltd and another

Wilson v University of Brighton

Where an appellant employee had appealed to the Employment Appeal Tribunal in relation to a claim for constructive dismissal, there had to be evidence that the alleged complaints which the appellant relied on were made before the appellant's resignation. In the instant case, there was nothing to indicate that the complaints that the appellant relied on were made by him at the time. Accordingly, the tribunal had not erred in law and the appeal would be dismissed.

Taylor v Secretary of State for Scotland

R v Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, ex parte Greenpeace

Anderson v Euromoney Publications plc

Sirdar v Secretary of State for Defence (Case C-273/97)

Lewen v Denda (Case C-333/97)

Wilson v University of Brighton

Where an appellant employee had appealed to the Employment Appeal Tribunal in relation to a claim for constructive dismissal, there had to be evidence that the alleged complaints which the appellant relied on were made before the appellant's resignation. In the instant case, there was nothing to indicate that the complaints that the appellant relied on were made by him at the time. Accordingly, the tribunal had not erred in law and the appeal would be dismissed.