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Second cumulative supplement to Whistleblowing: Law and Practice 3rd Edition now available
Following the publication of third edition of Whistleblowing: Law and Practice in March 2017, the second cumulative supplement is now available. In addition to dealing with the important judgments of the Court of Appeal in Day and Beatt, this update now covers :
- The Chesterton v Nurmohamed decision on the public interest and its implications for the reasonable belief test generally.
- The decision in Osipov on claims against co-workers/agents for dismissal as a detriment, and also re vicarious liability, agency, burden of proof.
- An update on the reforms to the whistleblowing legislation in Northern Ireland.
To view the update click here.
The authors of this leading textbook on Whistleblowing are John Bowers QC, Martin Fodder, Jeremy Lewis and Jack Mitchell of Old Square Chambers.