Edem v Egg Plc, J Croft: EAT 16 Jan 2006

EAT Practice and Procedure – Striking-out/dismissal – Contract of Employment: Damages for Breach of Contract
On Respondent’s application the Employment Tribunal struck out a variety of the Appellant’s claims, though the factual substratum remained to be investigated in connection with race discrimination and sex discrimination claims.
Held: ET correct to strike out claims that were out of time or otherwise hopeless but should not have struck out one very minor claim for travel expenses which was in time and could theoretically succeed even if the race and sex discrimination claims failed.
EAT Practice and Procedure – Striking-out/dismissal.


His Honour Judge Reid QC


UKEAT/0573/05, [2006] UKEAT 0573 – 05 – 1601


Bailii, EAT


CitedHogg v Dover College EAT 1990
The claimant asserted unfair dismissal after his contract was changed to provide that his post as head of the history department would be part time. He had been ill, and the head teacher reduced his teaching periods. He accepted the change in . .

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See AlsoEdem v Egg Plc and Another EAT 26-Jun-2007
EAT Practice and Procedure – Striking-out/dismissal and Case management – Appeals against interim Judgments of Employment Tribunals were dismissed when the Employment Tribunal subsequently struck out the . .
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Updated: 05 July 2022; Ref: scu.238809