CA v Public Prosecution Service (No 2): QBNI 2 Apr 2014

The applicant is the subject of an allegation of having inflicted grievous bodily harm contrary to section 20 of the Offences against the Person Act 1861 (‘OAPA’). The allegations relate to an incident that occurred in 2012 when she was 16. During the course of 2013 she challenged a Public Prosecution Service (‘PPS’) conclusion that the allegation was not suitable for diversionary disposal, as an alternative to prosecution, as provided for by the Criminal Justice (Children) (Northern Ireland) Order 1998

Morgan LCJ and Coghlin LJ
[2014] NIQB 44
Bailii

Northern Ireland, Criminal Practice

Updated: 04 December 2021; Ref: scu.526645

AB v Ulster Bank: NIIT 10 Dec 2013

The decision of the tribunal is that the claimant was subjected to detriment on grounds of having made protected disclosures. The claimant is awarded total compensation in the sum of pounds 28,792.82

[2013] NIIT 724 – 13IT
Bailii
Northern Ireland
Citing:
CitedBP Plc v Elstone and Another EAT 31-Mar-2010
EAT JURISDICTIONAL POINTS
VICTIMISATION DISCRIMINATION: Protected disclosure
The central question in this appeal was whether an employee/worker who complained of suffering a detriment from his current . .

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Northern Ireland, Employment

Updated: 02 December 2021; Ref: scu.522999