Okoro and Another v Taylor Woodrow Construction Ltd and Others: EAT 26 May 2011

EAT Jurisdictional Points : Claim In Time and Effective Date of Termination
Contract workers banned – they claimed for discriminatory reasons – from working again for the principal. Claim brought some 6 months after this. Question was whether the ban was an act extending over a period, so as to confer jurisdiction, or whether Employment Tribunal was entitled to hold (as it did) that it was not. ET decision upheld. The decision was one of fact, and here there was neither a misdirection in law nor perversity.
Langstaff J
[2011] UKEAT 0318 – 10 – 2605
Bailii
England and Wales
Citing:
See AlsoOkoro and Another v Taylor Woodrow Construction Ltd and Others EAT 6-Dec-2010
EAT PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
Postponement or stay
Appellate jurisdiction/reasons/Burns-Barke
Where an application is made to an Employment Tribunal for a postponement in writing and at the . .

Cited by:
At EAT (2)Okoro and Another v Taylor Woodrow Construction Ltd and Others CA 4-Dec-2012
Appeals against orders whereby racial discrimination claims by the appellants were held to be out of time and that it was not just and equitable to extend time. . .

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