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Rest breaks in accordance with Working Time Regulations 1998

Bridge McFarland LLP acted for a Humber Pilot in seeking to establish rest breaks in accordance with the Working Time Regulations 1998. We were successful at first instance in the Employment Tribunal.

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Bridge McFarland LLP acted for a Humber Pilot in seeking to establish rest breaks in accordance with the Working Time Regulations 1998. We were successful at first instance in the Employment Tribunal but the Respondent appealed to the Employment Appeal Tribunal. The EAT referred the case to the Court of Justice of the European Union for their consideration. However, the Respondent withdrew their appeal (and hence the reference to the CJEU) before the case reached the CJEU.

 

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