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All Answers Ltd v Wain & Radulovska UKEAT/0023/20/AT (V)

10 December 2020

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that in circumstances where there is no evidence of a disability on the date of an alleged act of discrimination, the ET is entitled to consider all evidence available from around this date and infer that a disability was present at the relevant time.

Chemcam Scotland Ltd v Ure UKEAT/0036/19/SS

17 November 2020

The EAT has held that an employee refusing to return to work following the end of her maternity leave amounted to her acceptance of a repudiatory breach, meaning her claim for constructive dismissal could succeed.

Banerjee v Royal Bank of Canada UKEAT/0189/19

12 November 2020

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that tribunals are entitled to reconsider a judgment under their own initiative, in compliance with tribunal rules, after it has been suggested they do so by another party.