• Supreme Court: A Judge, even though not a worker, can rely on whistleblowing protection in a boost for the application of EU rights to domestic law

    Supreme Court: A Judge, even though not a worker, can rely on whistleblowing protection in a boost for the application of EU rights to domestic law: 3PB's employment law barrister Joseph England analyses the case of Gilham v Ministry of Justice [2019] UKSC 44

    View Publication
  • The reach of whistleblowing protection and definition of ‘worker’

    3PB Employment barrister Joseph England examines the decision reached by the Court of Appeal in Day v Health Education England & Ors. [2017] EWCA Civ 329, where the Court of Appeal held that a junior doctor can rely on ‘whistleblowing’ protection against Health Education England despite a separate employment relationship with an NHS Trust, bolstering protection for 54,000 junior doctors and agency workers nationwide.

    To read Joseph’s article, please on the link below. This article originally appeared in the ELA Briefing publication July 2017.

    Joseph was Counsel for the Claimant in McTigue v University Hospital Bristol NHS Trust [2016] ICR 1156, a case also concerning protection for whistleblowers and on which the Court of Appeal based their judgment in Day. Further details about McTigue can be found here

    View Publication