Whistleblower Protection

                    Image Source The act of disclosing protected information is commonly known as ‘blowing the whistle’. The individual responsible for bringing the information is known as ‘whistleblower.’ If you inform your employer about any malpractice at work, then the law protects you from any detriments including dismissal. … Read more

Whistle-Blowing Claims: What is meant by “in the public interest?”

As of 2013 (the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013) Claimants in whistle-blowing claims have to establish that the public interest disclosure that they rely upon was made “in the public interest”. A recent Court of Appeal decision, Chesterton Global Limited & Another v Nurmohamed & Another [2007 EWCA Civ 979] has provided some additional insights … Read more

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