Gilham v Ministry for Justice

JurisdictionUK Non-devolved
Neutral CitationUKEAT/0087/16 LA
Date2016
CourtEmployment Appeal Tribunal
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6 cases
  • Mr D Ibekwe v B Doyle and others: 2300568/2015
    • United Kingdom
    • Employment Tribunal
    • 10 July 2017
    ...and also to case law. 25 20. Relevant cases were cited by both parties. 21. The most recent case is that of Gilham v Ministry of Justice [2017] ICR 404 The claim in Gilham was brought on the basis that the claimant, a District Judge, was a worker who, it was said, was entitled to bring a cl......
  • Claire Gilham v Ministry of Justice
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 21 December 2017
    ...employed status. The answer lies in the absence of any contractual relationship.” The Employment Appeal Tribunal 58 Simler P's judgment ( [2017] ICR 404) is mainly structured by reference to the particular challenges which Ms Crasnow advanced to the Employment Judge's reasoning, and it is n......
  • Gilham v Ministry of Justice
    • United Kingdom
    • Supreme Court
    • 16 October 2019
    ...was therefore no need to read section 230(3)(b) so as to bring a judge within it, but that in any event it was not possible to do so: [2017] ICR 404. The Court of Appeal also held that the appellant was not a “worker”. The appellant was permitted also to raise for the first time the argume......
  • Dr R Narayan v Community Based Care Health Ltd: 2500615/2017
    • United Kingdom
    • Employment Tribunal
    • 5 May 2020
    ...question to be asked was whether there was a contract in existence and, if so, the claimant is a worker: Gilham – v- Ministry of Justice 2017 ICR 404. In respect of the 1998 Regulations, these implement the Working Time Directive and therefore the decision of the Supreme Court in Ministry o......
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