The loss adjusters
In the recent case of Dunnachie v Kingston upon Hull City Council, the Court of Appeal made clear that 'loss' in unfair dismissal cases can include losses for injury to feelings following unfair dismissal as well as purely financial losses. John Clinch reports on the implications for lawyers and their clients
In February, in an astounding decision ( Dunnachie v Kingston Upon Hull City Council), the Court of Appeal overturned case law that was thought to have been settled for more than 30 years and decided that employment tribunals did, after all, have the power to award compensation for non-economic losses in ordinary unfair dismissal cases.
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