Clark v Clark Construction Initiatives Ltd and another

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
Neutral CitationUKEAT/225/07 ,[2008] UKEAT 0225_07_2902
CourtEmployment Appeal Tribunal
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  • Secretary of State for Business Enterprise & Regulatory Reform v Neufeld and Another
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 2 April 2009
    ...type of issue that was before the employment judge, that of the Employment Appeal Tribunal in Clark v. Clark Construction Initiative Ltd [2008] IRLR 364 (Elias J, the President, presiding), a decision post-dating that of the employment judge. Elias J had there reviewed the authorities and o......
  • Clark v Clark Construction Initiatives Ltd and another
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 17 December 2008
    ...if I may say so, in view of the comprehensive overview of the law to be found at §61–98 of the judgment given by Elias P in the EAT [2008] IRLR 364, which practitioners will find of considerable assistance in this difficult terrain. Instead James Laddie for Mr Clark focuses on the submissi......
  • Andrew Carr (A Protected Party, by His Litigation Friend Michelle Parsons) v Brands Transport Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • King's Bench Division
    • 20 December 2022
    ...level tribunal.” 45 On this question Mr Killalea KC referred me to the judgment of Elias P in Clark v Clark Construction Initiatives Ltd [2008] ICR 635, [98], where the following guidance was given as to whether the contract of employment of a majority shareholder should be given effect: (a......
  • R (Sher) v Chief Constable of Greater Manchester
    • United Kingdom
    • Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
    • 21 July 2010
    ...reasons. The claimants maintain that English law requires reasons to be given in relation to any decision (see Clark v Clark Construction Initiatives Ltd and Another [2008] EWCA Civ 1446) and that this principle has been found to apply to decisions to grant warrants (see, by way of example,......
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