Thursday 31 May 2007


An interesting little case in the EAT, worth filing away somewhere, is authority for the proposition that a tribunal should not award loss of earnings in respect of a period after the (successful) Claimant's work permit ran out - even if the Claimant would, in reality, have continued to work for the Respondent. As a matter of law, tribunals cannot award compensation in respect of a period when it would have been illegal for the employee to work.

Aroma v Ang

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