PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE – Striking-out/dismissal
VICTIMISATION DISCRIMINATION – Whistleblowing
An employment judge had not erred in law by deciding that the appellant’s allegation that the respondent employer had subjected the appellant to a detriment by persistently refusing to disclose documents pursuant to a ‘subject access request’ under the then Data Protection Act 1998 had no reasonable prospect of success and should be struck out without a trial.
 UKEAT 0005 – 18 – 2602
England and Wales
Updated: 05 July 2022; Ref: scu.637639