Tom Webb successful in the EAT
9th December 2019
Judgment has been handed down by the EAT in Caterham School Ltd v Rose  8 WLUK 277; UKEAT/0149/19/RN.
3PB’s Tom WebbTom WebbCall: 2010 appeared for the successful Appellant. The decision concerns the extent to which, at a preliminary hearing on time limits, a tribunal is able to make findings as to conduct continuing over a period.
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