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The law provides public interest whistle-blowers with protection against victimisation. It is automatically unfair to dismiss an employee because s/he has made a ‘protected disclosure’. It is also unlawful to subject an employee to a detriment other than dismissal (e.g. disciplinary action).
We have significant experience of advising companies and partnerships on whistleblowing claims. The statutory provisions are complex and cases can be long, expensive to defend and confrontational. Therefore, employers should seek legal advice before taking any action.
For an overview on the law relating to whistleblowing, please click here.
If you would like to speak on a confidential basis to one of our solicitors about an issue relating to whistleblowing, please call us on 0203 178 5361.
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