Hardy v Polk (Leeds) Ltd: EAT 2 Feb 2004

EAT Practice and Procedure – Bias, misconduct and procedural irregularity
The amount of the respondent’s entitlement to pay in lieu will be relevant to the question of any compensatory award.


The Honourable Mr Justice Burton (P)


UKEAT/301/03, [2004] UKEAT 0301 – 03 – 0202, [2004] IRLR 420, [2005] ICR 557


Bailii, EAT


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedLangley and Another v Burso EAT 3-Mar-2006
The claimant had been dismissed shortly after becoming unable to work. She sought payment of her normal salary during the period of notice saying this was established good practice.
Held: ‘We are put in the invidious position of being bound by . .
CitedDignity Funerals Limited v Bruce OHCS 14-Oct-2004
The employee was found to have been unfairly dismissed. The employer appealed the compensatory award which was based on his depressive illness. They said that the illness predated the dismissal.
Held: The EAT’s decision was set aside. In . .
CitedBurlo v Langley and Carter CA 21-Dec-2006
The claimant had been employed by the defendants as a nanny. She threatened to leave, but then was injured in a car acident and given a sick note. The employer immediately engaged someone else. She was found to have been unfairly dismissed. The . .
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Updated: 03 July 2022; Ref: scu.194443