Thursday, 1 March 2018

Whistleblowing - knowledge of decision maker



Predictably and logically The EAT has held that a decison-maker must have personal knowledge of a protected disclosure and be motivated by the disclosure when subjecting a whistleblower to a detriment , in order to be liable in a whistleblowing detriment claim.The knowledge and motivation of others cannot be attributed to an innocent decision-maker who does not know about the protected disclosure.

In this case ,the EAT, in dismissing the appeal,found that the ET did not err in failing to refer expressly to an aspect of the Claimant's case that was neither pleaded nor identified in the agreed List of Issues

UKEAT/0100/17/RN
Malik v Cenkos Securities Plc

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