- February 18, 2016
No prospects? Deposit orders in discrimination and whistleblowing cases
In my last blog post I looked at the tribunal’s power of strike out and debunked the myth that strike-out is never appropriate in discrimination and whistleblowing claims. There will, however, be cases that the tribunal may not be minded to strike out, but in which it will be willing to make a deposit order … Continue reading No prospects? Deposit orders in discrimination and whistleblowing cases →
- February 11, 2016
No prospects? Strike out in discrimination and whistleblowing cases
Respondents are often perturbed, and claimants buoyed, by the tribunal’s seeming reluctance to strike out discrimination and whistleblowing cases, based on the decisions of appellate courts in Anyanwu v South Bank University  ICR 391 HL (discrimination) and Ezsias v North Glamorgan NHS Trust  ICR 1126, CA (whistleblowing). But is this really the case in practice?