Nick looks at three EAT decisions this week. The first offers very useful guidelines for parties dealing with whistle blowing complaints, and the second considers whether a Tribunal could require the employer to pay 100% of the cost of a joint medical expert report for a disability discrimination claim. The final case looks at a share acquisition of a company where the degree of control exercised by the buyer after the acquisition was found to have triggered a TUPE transfer of the employees to the buyer itself.
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