No compensation was payable for a stigma of innocent workers having worked for a fraudulent bank.
Times 12-Apr-1995, Independent 17-Mar-1995
England and Wales
Appeal from – Malik and Another v Bank of Credit and Commerce International Sa Chd 23-Feb-1994
A stigma arising from an association with a notorious employer gave rise to no cause of action. . .
Appeal from – Malik v Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI); Mahmud v Bank of Credit and Commerce International HL 12-Jun-1997
Allowance of Stigma Damages
The employees claimed damages, saying that the way in which their employer had behaved during their employment had led to continuing losses, ‘stigma damages’ after the termination.
Held: It is an implied term of any contract of employment that . .
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Updated: 06 August 2022; Ref: scu.83349