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Employment Law

Legal guidance - compliance - software

02 MAY 2012

Smith v London Metropolitan University [2011] IRLR 884 (EAT)


21 July 2011

Employment Appeal Tribunal

Slade HJ; Mrs A Gallico; Mrs L Tinsley

The EAT confirms that merely asserting a position rather than disclosing facts, even if done in the course of a grievance, does did not amount to a ‘protected disclosure' for the purposes of the whistle-blowing legislation.

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