Unfair Dismissal - A Guide to the Relevant Case Law 38th edition
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Why should you buy Unfair Dismissal - A Guide to the Relevant Case Law 38th edition
The 38th edition of this annually updated guide gathers together all the key points from the most important unfair dismissal cases reported in Industrial Relations Law Reports, providing a valuable reference tool. It extracts those principles that are still relevant today from cases reported since 1972.
The Unfair Dismissal Guide is essential for everyone involved in advising, acting or adjudicating in this area, or for anyone who needs to know the current approach of the courts to the range of problems of interpretation posed by the statute.
The Guide takes the law as it stood at the end of 2019 and includes cases reported in IRLR up to the end of 2019. The statutory extracts included are those in force at the end of 2020.