Express contract terms: damages

A majority of the Supreme Court has held that two claims for breach of express contract terms, in the form of failure to follow contractual disciplinary procedures, were covered by the statutory remedy for unfair dismissal and could not be the subject of claims for damages.

Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP and PLC Employment


 

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