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Posted on October 23, 2015

Whistleblowing and the Public Interest

Posted in: employment

23 October 2015: Whistleblowing and the Public Interest: In order to pursue a whistleblowing claim, the employee has to show that he made the disclosure ‘in the public interest.’ In Chestertons v Nurmohamed earlier this year it was found that a … Continue reading

Posted on April 10, 2015

Whistleblowing and the Public Interest

Posted in: employment

10 April 2015: Whistle-blowing and the Public Interest:   It is unlawful to subject someone to a detriment or dismiss them as a result of having made a Protected Disclosure, also known as whistle-blowing).   In June 2013 the law … Continue reading

2014.04.25: Claims of ‘whistleblowing’ with respect to detriments suffered as a result of making a Protected Disclosure can be notoriously complicated.   Making a Protected Disclosure includes telling the employer that that that they have failed to comply with a legal … Continue reading

28 June 2013: Since 1998 it has been unlawful to subject someone to a detriment or dismiss them as a result of having made a Protected Disclosure, also known as whistle-blowing).   Making a Protected Disclosure includes telling the employer that … Continue reading

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