Ross v Micro Focus Ltd: EAT 18 Nov 2009

EAT PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
Bias, misconduct and procedural irregularity
Appellant complained of the conduct of a lay member at the Tribunal by way of her body language supportive of the Respondent, particularly during the cross-examination of the Respondent’s Chairman. On consideration of the authorities and the evidence no case of pre-judgment or closed mind made out and consequently no real possibility of the Tribunal being biased.

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[2009] UKEAT 0304 – 09 – 1811

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Updated: 05 August 2022; Ref: scu.380267