Eversheds Review of Recent EAT Decision: Unfair Dismissal, Redundancy, Fair Procedures

Posted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 15 March 2013
Joanne Hyde
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Today's EAT review from Eversheds concerns the case of Alan Coffey v Redlough Landscapes Limited, a redundancy case.

Legislation: Unfair Dismissals Acts, 1977 to 2007

Jurisdictions/Subject Matter: Unfair dismissal, redundancy, fair procedures


Since 2007, the claimant worked as a landscape manager in the respondent’s company, which provided a landscape service in grounds and maintenance, development works and sports ground construction. He was generally office based and he was one of two landscape managers in the company.

Respondent's Evidence

A director of the respondent company, LL, gave evidence before the Tribunal. He provided details of the financial downturn the company was

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