WestLB AG London Branch -v- Mr P Pan UKEAT/0308/11/DM

EAT rules that tribunal was too quick to excuse itself following allegation of bias


A robust and clear decision by His Honour Judge Richardson in the recent WestLB appeal provides useful guidance to practitioners on the considerations that need to be taken into account following an allegation of bias which is accompanied by an application for recusal of the Employment Judge on that basis.

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