Queens Bench Division
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High Court clarifies role of NCAS assessments in MHPS proceedings and the position where there are concurrent GMC and internal Trust proceedings and holds that there is no separate implied term of fairness in employment contracts, rather it is a facet of the implied term of trust and confidence. This later point is of wider and general significance to contractual employment claims.
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 EWHC 2735 (QB)
Chakrabarty v Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust, NCAS, employment, law, doctors disciplinary, GMC, MHPS, High Court
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